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James May: 'On The Line'
#1
Really enjoyed mixing James's Song

Lots of automation
My conundrum was trying to feature James voice but still keep the music solid and expressive behind him. I was thinking about muting the mandolins , because it got a bit busy, but Im a mandolin freak, so I tried to feature the Chellos, but bring the mandolins in here and there to give it some flavor and make it easy to listen to.. Hope I did the song some justice

Would love some comments!!

Cheers
KSmile


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#2
It sounds very good, Kirk. You brought forward the cellos tastefully and made space for the mandolins. Good job!
Peace,
Dave
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#3
(09-07-2018, 03:47 AM)davemcg61 Wrote: It sounds very good, Kirk. You brought forward the cellos tastefully and made space for the mandolins. Good job!
Thanks Dave

I appreciate you taking the time and having a listen. Very enjoyable song to mix!
Cheers
KSmile
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