Craig, I\'m sure that I\'ll create another arrangement of this song - I\'m quite pleased with it. I just wrote it today so I\'m going to think of some bigger arrangement too, maybe with GPO when I get my hands on it.
Anyway, thanks for your comments and advice. [img]images/icons/wink.gif[/img]
Btw. if any lyric writer read this, I\'m looking for text for this song! [img]images/icons/wink.gif[/img]
song is cool, but the mix is really dull. also i think it has nothing to do with the encoder, i used lame encoder for all my mixes, so thats not the problem. which soundcard you use and how you edit the song after finishing the instruments and vocals. i mean, put you eq on it or leave just everthing like it is ???
as for the use of diva, i heard a lot of diva demos but some users don\'t seem to realize that a person can not sing with two voices at the same time. i mean if there is not a legato tool or something out, why don\'t you crossfade the sample and check that the samples not overlapü too strong. it sounds completely unreal. just my critic.
also normalizing is not a problem, it\'s just several points, so did you bounce the piano or stuff externally, means from gigastudio back into the sequencer or from any other sounddevice.
also i hear kind of a feedback in the back and it all the time happens when the diva is singing, so i guess you did some really bad bouncing error or just left the original output open and the signal got a feedback.
so i would read or check some bouncing features and how you use your hardware, because this feedback stuff should not happen anyway.
me too, don\'t get me wrong, francis. but he used one singer but he overlapped the samples. means when one sample ends, the next one is coming too early. sou you have kind of an overlap and when the mouth produces vocals, one person can just sing one note at a time.
i don\'t think there are two divas singing in exchange on falcons demo [img]images/icons/smile.gif[/img]