Re: [linux-audio-user] More output

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Date: Sun Jul 10 2005 - 11:03:23 EEST

On Sun, 10 Jul, 2005 at 12:39AM -0700, Florin Andrei spake thus:
> On Thu, 2005-07-07 at 17:42 +0100, wrote:
> >
> Wow, what a fresh, dynamic and nice tune! Mike Oldfield himself could
> not be ashamed to come up with something like this.
> Please, bump up the Ogg bitrate, it's all muddied and I can't really
> figure out the finer aspects of the mix.
> I still can't decide whether I don't like your distort, or whether it's
> the meager bitrate that's causing the issue with the distortion.

Try swapping ogg for mp3 for now, and does anyone have a clue to what
set of options oggenc requires for a good bitrate/size tradeoff?
> > Jamin is playing silly buggers, so it hasn't gone through my usual
> > final compression to sort out levels
> Well, give it a kick and see if it's still breathing, 'cause some
> tweaking would be nice. E.g. the piano at the beginning is "lost in the
> forest".
> I would also beef it up with a couple more instruments, the stage is a
> tad hollow for my taste (I hear the idea but it's not fleshed out
> enough), but maybe that's just me. Alternatively, the slight hollowness
> might be caused by an unfinished mixing/mastering. I can't really make
> up my mind.
> Don't hesitate to use panning more generously. Maybe that's part of the
> slight hollowness issue.

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