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Discussion in 'Recording' started by Twood, Jun 24, 2005.

  1. Twood

    Twood Active Member

    I often wonder if my "raw" takes are good enough.
    I mean, if the original tracking is awful it doesnt
    matter how much u tweak right?.. So I thought maybe u guys
    could post some of your stuff here at recording.org.

    If anyone has a track that shows both the original track the way it was recorded and the same track as a finished product, that would be great.

    That way I/newbes can get a clue of how good
    the original recording should be.

    we`re all here to learn right? Dont be shy,
    and if you dont want to post your original (messy..) tracks,
    just post a finished product instead.

    It would be fun to hear what people are working on.
    It would also be nice if u could tell a little about what kind of gear u used, if u ran into any trouble getting the sound u wanted etc..

    Anything that could be helpful in learning the art of engineering
  2. Kurt Foster

    Kurt Foster Distinguished Member

    If you're looking for examples of peoples work you might want to look in the Audio Projects forum.

    I try to encourage people to post their recordings over there because that way it's easier for people to find and go through them when they are all organized in one area.
  3. Twood

    Twood Active Member

    of course... my bad... :oops:

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