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    Alegria-happily Singing

    A traditional Puerto Rican carol

    Gary


    HERE'S A REVISION. Hope it works.

    hi-fi URL: http://www.soundclick.com/util/getpl...d=5984793&q=hi
    Last edited by garymosse; 11-17-2007 at 09:57 PM. Reason: Revise play-back

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    Re: Alegria-happily Singing

    This is a lovely, bright tune which I enjoyed very much.

    May I suggest you turn the volumes down a notch or two - there is subtle distortion coming through the left channel for a lot of the piece.

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    Gary

    I had to also turn down my volume for this one. It is a great little tune, but the distortion takes away from it. Other than that, it works well.

    Ron

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    That's a new folk tune for me, Gary - It's really pleasant, and you've put together a nice rendition of it.

    I need to second Alan's note about the distortion. Still volume problems, I'm sorry. - After you've made the recording, be sure to test it out over your computer speakers directly from SoundClick so you'll have a good guide as to what others will be hearing. You can't assume a mix down is good without really checking it.

    Thanks, Gary.

    Randy B.
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    Re: Alegria-happily Singing

    Thanks for listening, Alan, Ron and Randy.
    I'm not sure why it's too loud. I listened to it after posting and it
    didn't sound loud. I did have the volume turned down. Not that this is
    an excuse, but I've read post about those whose works are too loud.
    I will fix & repost.

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    Re: Alegria-happily Singing

    Lovely traditional tune, Gary, and a nice arrangement of it.

    Something a bit flaky with volume, though -- it seems like
    it's wandering up and down rather on its own. I don't have
    an explanation for that one... lol -- I doubt you would have
    scored it that way?

    My best,


    David
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    Re: Alegria-happily Singing

    This is quite a nice song, very lively and cheerful. I also like the name as well. Keep up the good work.

    Julie

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    Re: Alegria-happily Singing

    A nice song reflective of the culture.

    It makes me want to head for a sunny spot.


    Phil

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    Re: Alegria-happily Singing

    Thanks for listening, Phil. San Antonio is just now getting cool-an occasional day under 70 degrees. I've been wondoring about why the leaves aren't falling yet....

    Thanks for listening, Jolie. I'm sure you know that this is just an arrangement of this carol.

    David, did you listen to the revision? I think the volume is taken care of in this.

    Gary
    Last edited by garymosse; 11-20-2007 at 09:35 AM. Reason: spelling

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