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    A Thousand & One Nights (Open, Sesame!)

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    Hi everybody!
    I've just finished to record my new song and it cost me a lot of work in this composition. I would like to ask you some advices and tips for this mixing ... I dunno ... tell me what you think about this mixing ... I really need opinions in this one ...
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    Giovanni Capitani
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    The mix is excellent!
    [url=http://www.nowhereradio.com/artists/album.php?aid=3232&alid=-1]Here are some of my tunes. Good for a laugh![/url]

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    Dude, that's killer... Dream Theatre fan? How was this recorded? Gettin no complaints from me.. Except, I can't tell if the drums are fake or not.

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    Sydfan:
    Thank you!

    soundprizm:

    Thank you dude!
    Yeah, I'm Dream Theater fan too.

    If I tell you that it was recorded using a pentium with 100 mhz and 300 megabytes of free space would you believe in me? (Don't Laught - It's true!)

    I use a fender squier. Amplitube plug-in. N-track studio. Bill Lawrence bass guitar.

    Ah ... as for the drums ... yes, they are fake ... Actually I use fruity loops to compose the drum sequencer with real and good samples ...
    Thank you guys,

    Giovanni Capitani

    ps.:
    I really need more opinions from people about the mixing in this song to get an "idea" ... even if you don't like the kind of music ... listening and give me a mixing critique ... please ...
    thanks!!
    Last edited by Capitani; 02-25-2003 at 07:49.

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