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Monday, January 19, 2009
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It's probably "too loud", As a good friend of mine pointed out. That's the first time I believe it to be true, because this is a good (or...bad) .5 db louder then anything else I've heard out there, and 1db above much of it. (Taking into account the bass-heavy thus limiting-unfriendly mastering of these songs) FINALLY, I have reached my life's goal, to squash something louder then everything else! That actually is...WAS, one of my...secret heartcries. I can finally do what I really love, bossa nova. But really...there's just no reason for a master to be this loud other than to prove a point, because it really does crush life out of the mix- esp the snare drum. Which is why in order to not have the mix fall apart at these levels, you need to compensate in the mix. I apologize to listeners, hopefully most of you who will stomach this music anyway, aren't the purist types. You won't be hearing anything this loud from me again...at long as the world sticks to the CD standard.
posted by Steve @ 7:29 PM  
8 Comments:
  • At January 20, 2009 at 8:19 AM, Blogger Sam said…

    Very nicely done. No-nonsense, and defiantly makes it's point. I really like the way that each instrument is such a big part of the mix, you done well. ;) Good job, guys...*clap clap clap*

     
  • At January 20, 2009 at 9:55 PM, Anonymous Joans said…

    hahaha. Steve, that's one grumpy face if I ever did see one... :D Taka's too huge, I can't handle it anymore. And Shun looks abit too happy to be in a ditch...I miss you guys.

     
  • At January 22, 2009 at 3:54 AM, Blogger phil said…

    damn man, your abusing my guitar.

     
  • At January 22, 2009 at 4:03 AM, Blogger Steve said…

    HA! you caught that! hell man, we're just adding to it's history. Shun played that for the album you know.

     
  • At January 22, 2009 at 3:05 PM, Anonymous Jehud said…

    Usually very loud is not really my fav, but this one is worth the eardrum damage, keep it up!! You've got a good sense of humor--or should I say foolishness, hah, keep that up too :D

     
  • At January 22, 2009 at 4:38 PM, Blogger Steve said…

    Ha! thanks. The sad part is, It's actually not "Really Loud". Compared to family music, yes it is...but not compared to system or Christian music of the same genre. (Although it's still a top competitor, volume wise.)

     
  • At January 22, 2009 at 8:32 PM, Anonymous James said…

    The Red Pill is such a good song. It's lyrics are so filled with truth! Good Job. Great Stuff. Keep pumping it out! God bless you.

     
  • At February 9, 2009 at 3:19 AM, Anonymous Shonics said…

    hmmm yeah i dunno i got kind of happy listening to the first song but i dunno. It sounds kind of like a a grunge album but still having the same ol punk beats. Gotta admit tho red pill was the best one i think. All in all i would much rather listen to this then sixth gear! haha keep it up man.

     

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