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    Exclamation Welcome to the MP3 Mixing Clinic.

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    Here is a new song that I wrote when my daughter moved off to college. It's called "Along your Way". The was recorded and mixed in 3 different studios. How does it sound?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Paul View Post
    Here is a new song that I wrote when my daughter moved off to college. It's called "Along your Way". The was recorded and mixed in 3 different studios. How does it sound?

    A great original song that I thoroughly enjoyed, and very well performed. I love the idea of a father passing on his blessing and his everyday wisdom to a child beginning to cut loose, with optimism as well as a wistful sadness about an amicable but inevitable 'parting of the way'. It's the common lot of all parents, and I've been through myself. I thought the production was excellent, the instrument balance generally very good, but the first appearance of the brass sounded a little 'underneath' the mix, which wasn't the case when it appears next time., when it was more 'present'. As a bass guitarist liking a bit of Fender 'grunt' I found the bass line sounded a bit odd to my taste. It seemed to me to lack the 'gritty' attack that I prefer, and to - just maybe - sustaining a little too long, perhaps slightly 'getting in the way'. Was it a bass guitar or a synth / bass emulation? It also seemed to have a sort 'springy bounce' to it, but if that's what you like, then fair enough, don't change a thing!

    All in all, your daughter should be delighted with this song especially made for her. I hope you post more of your music. I mean my comments to be constructive, and I find little or nothing in this song that grates with me

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