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DJ Saint-Hubert
02-21-2016, 12:53 PM
https://soundcloud.com/supergrandmatales324/foot-rocker-mastered

preparing to rerelease one of my albums 'belgian elmo mixtape vol.1', used a very proprietary JS compressor for this. there's also a special saturation effect but the compressor is the main thing here

https://soundcloud.com/supergrandmatales324/foot-rocker-slightly-louder

edit: managed to squeeze an extra db or two out of it

bladerunner
02-22-2016, 04:13 PM
This could sound better with some eq work and some saturation to take off some of the harsh sound imo. It sounds a bit 'uneven' in terms of overall frequencies present. I like the piece though - experimental electronica is totally my bag :) And the form that a lot of my professional mastering work comes in :)

DJ Saint-Hubert
02-24-2016, 03:18 PM
This could sound better with some eq work and some saturation to take off some of the harsh sound imo. It sounds a bit 'uneven' in terms of overall frequencies present. I like the piece though - experimental electronica is totally my bag :) And the form that a lot of my professional mastering work comes in :)

were you the guy who mastered Touched:Covert?

how's this one as far as the mastering? I worked the bugs out of the compressor I'm using (had some crackle when the reduction was too much/sudden change, among other things)

https://soundcloud.com/supergrandmatales324/graham-snacker-good-mix

bladerunner
02-25-2016, 02:21 AM
were you the guy who mastered Touched:Covert?

how's this one as far as the mastering? I worked the bugs out of the compressor I'm using (had some crackle when the reduction was too much/sudden change, among other things)

https://soundcloud.com/supergrandmatales324/graham-snacker-good-mix

Yes (don't ask me who the artists are - I still don't know for sure!), also Touched 2/Touched Remixes and now Touched 3 (which will be out in mid year) ;) It sounds a bit overcooked to me - too squashed and too loud. There are frequencies I would subdue as well - at a guess it sounds like the 200 - 700 Hz region needs addressing (from my point of view) to make it more pleasant to listen to - especially at louder volumes.

Cheers, Loz :)

DJ Saint-Hubert
02-25-2016, 05:39 AM
Yes (don't ask me who the artists are - I still don't know for sure!), also Touched 2/Touched Remixes and now Touched 3 (which will be out in mid year) ;) It sounds a bit overcooked to me - too squashed and too loud. There are frequencies I would subdue as well - at a guess it sounds like the 200 - 700 Hz region needs addressing (from my point of view) to make it more pleasant to listen to - especially at louder volumes.

Cheers, Loz :)


definitely overcooked, haha. I'm trying to fool people it was bounced to some kinda analog medium at some point even though it's 100% digital signal path

DJ Saint-Hubert
03-04-2016, 01:22 PM
Yes (don't ask me who the artists are - I still don't know for sure!), also Touched 2/Touched Remixes and now Touched 3 (which will be out in mid year) ;) It sounds a bit overcooked to me - too squashed and too loud. There are frequencies I would subdue as well - at a guess it sounds like the 200 - 700 Hz region needs addressing (from my point of view) to make it more pleasant to listen to - especially at louder volumes.

Cheers, Loz :)


how do you like this one? I was messing around with some JS 'tube' plugins as well as my own effects

https://soundcloud.com/supergrandmatales324/lanugo-final-probably

I highly recommend dling and listening on some audio player like foobar etc

bladerunner
03-07-2016, 01:53 AM
It's certainly interesting work - actually reminds me of some of the sound experiments I get up to when I have some free time. If I had one criticism I would say that it would be cool to hear a bit more space between things in the mix - subtle reverbs and delays perhaps to push a few things back and create more of a sense of depth.

DJ Saint-Hubert
03-08-2016, 05:53 PM
https://soundcloud.com/supergrandmatales324/tavis-smiley-acid-3-mastered-again

opinion on this one?