RAP5/3/17 Kale Holmes "Cold"

Discussion in 'rec.audio.pro' started by Carey Carlan, Aug 16, 2003.

  1. Carey Carlan

    Carey Carlan Guest

    A very busy recording. I feel like there's too much competing for my
    attention. I get that feeling a lot in some genres--not necessarily a bad
    thing in your recording.

    The break at 0:53 is entirely artificial. The normal sound decay is
    totally absent. If it's intended to grab your attention, you succeded.

    I hear many hours invested in this recording.
  2. Carey Carlan

    Carey Carlan Guest

    Carey Carlan <gulfjoe@hotmail.com> wrote in
    news:Xns93D9C4D95A29Egulfjoehotmailcom@198.99.146.10:

    > A very busy recording. I feel like there's too much competing for my
    > attention. I get that feeling a lot in some genres--not necessarily a
    > bad thing in your recording.
    >
    > The break at 0:53 is entirely artificial. The normal sound decay is
    > totally absent. If it's intended to grab your attention, you
    > succeded.
    >
    > I hear many hours invested in this recording.
    >


    This is NOT a review of Kale's recording. It is Mark Plancke's "Lost" (for
    which there are no liner notes). My apologies to both Mark and Kale.
  3. kHolmes

    kHolmes Guest

    Come on, mine's busy too!


    Kale

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