New tunes to check out

(Vald) #1

I haven’t shared in a while and thought I would show some of our work. This is all recorded in Ardour on Ubuntu Studio using a Behringer Mixer and Shure and MXL mics.

Would love feedback or thoughts.

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(Cchoowee) #2

Vald,

Sounds great. I like the first one “The Flow” the best. Love the acoustic guitar in that.

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#3

Enjoyed both songs, I agree with Choo about the sound of that acoustic guitar. The second song had a darker vibe but very pleasant, the singer has ethereal voice.

Nice!

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(Federico Gaviria Zambrano) #4

Awesome! I really liked both songs. Is it ok for me to show them to some friends?

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(Vald) #5

Yes, please share! You can find my stuff (solo) and the work Britt Moore and I did together as “Twin Flames”. They are both on Jamendo for free sharing :slight_smile:

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(Chris) #6

This is really OT, but with the latest Firefox update I can no longer get the embedded Soundcloud and YouTube links to play. Has anyone else had that problem and found a setting to allow the embedded players again?

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(Gennargiu) #7

Hi,nice compositions and very relaxing voices and guitars uses.

gennaro

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(Chris) #8

The latest Firefox update seems to have corrected the problem.
I really like both of those. The background vocals on “The Flow” add just the right atmosphere without being overbearing.
I think I am hearing three vocal tracks. How many tracks were actually used for vocals? On some of the wordless background vocals I could hear different parts in the arrangement, but I wasn’t sure if the same parts might have been double tracked for a thicker sound, e.g. use six tracks to record three part vocal harmonies.

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