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    Multitrack and Stems available for Mixing/Mastering

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    Here is a link to the multitrack files as well as the main processed main stems for the first track "Bitter" from my recently released album, FytaKyte's "Meandersaur" available for mixing or mastering:
    Mixing Secrets For The Small Studio (Cambridge Music Technology)

    Here is the preview mix: Bitter | FytaKyte



    Have fun!

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    Quote Originally Posted by fHumble fHingaz View Post
    Here is a link to the multitrack files as well as the main processed main stems for the first track "Bitter" from my recently released album, FytaKyte's "Meandersaur" available for mixing or mastering:
    Mixing Secrets For The Small Studio (Cambridge Music Technology)

    Here is the preview mix: Bitter | FytaKyte



    Have fun!
    thanks

    do tell us how and what were done to the stems before posting

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    do tell us how and what were done to the stems before posting
    Just to clarify first: There are both raw multitrack files and processed stems available.

    The raw multitrack files are "as recorded" before processing during mixing.

    The processed stems have been processed with eq, compression, reverb, delay and various effects one would normally use during mixing. They are stereo files made up of the main mix elements: Kick, Snare, Drums, Bass, Guitars, Leads and FX, Vocals & Background Vocals. If they are summed together, they effectively create the "premaster" mix that I sent for final mastering to my ME.

    I hope that explains it.

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