Feel Your Mind (Revised Mix) - A BioMesh Production

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Feel Your Mind (Revised Mix) - A BioMesh Production

I sent Mesh (our very own forumite) one of my compositions that seemed to lack that something and would benefit from his guitar prowess. I therefore give you the second BioMesh production - Feel Your Mind
 
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    bapu
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    Re: Feel Your Mind - A BioMesh Production 2017/02/17 14:51:11 (permalink)
    Noice textures all around.
     
    Thick but not muddled.
     
    I like it.

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    Re: Feel Your Mind - A BioMesh Production 2017/02/17 15:18:35 (permalink)
    Thanks bapu, I must admit that I found this particular mix challenging in ensuring that each instrument had its place without being drowned out.

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    Re: Feel Your Mind - A BioMesh Production 2017/02/17 15:33:38 (permalink)
    Very cool - great job from both of you chaps. Maybe take the guitar down a hair? 
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    Re: Feel Your Mind - A BioMesh Production 2017/02/18 18:28:50 (permalink)
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    Very cool - great job from both of you chaps. Maybe take the guitar down a hair? 


    Sssshhhh......don't let the guitarist see that. ......
     Thanks Daryl, me old mucker!! 
     
    Adrian composed this excellent bed of music which really inspired me, and although I had alternate melodies, this seemed to be a good fit.
    The amp sim I used was Bias FX Pro and all the fx/tones were generated from within (in case someone may be interested in that sort of thing ). 
     
    I really enjoyed working on this and much credit to Adrian for putting everything together so well (I just plucked a few strings here and there).

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    Re: Feel Your Mind - A BioMesh Production 2017/02/18 18:32:38 (permalink)
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    Very cool - great job from both of you chaps. Maybe take the guitar down a hair? 


    Sssshhhh......don't let the guitarist see that. ......
     Thanks Daryl, me old mucker!! 
     
    Adrian composed this excellent bed of music which really inspired me, and although I had alternate melodies, this seemed to be a good fit.
    The amp sim I used was Bias FX Pro and all the fx/tones were generated from within (in case someone may be interested in that sort of thing ). 
     
    I really enjoyed working on this and much credit to Adrian for putting everything together so well (I just plucked a few strings here and there).


    It's the shizzle mate
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    Re: Feel Your Mind - A BioMesh Production 2017/02/19 16:05:16 (permalink)
    Thanks Daryl. I will be going back and looking at one or two things based on some feedback I've had regarding the reverse cymbal into the chorus parts.

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    Re: Feel Your Mind - A BioMesh Production 2017/02/19 17:15:16 (permalink)
    I think it's sounds very good.  Nice job!

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    Re: Feel Your Mind - A BioMesh Production 2017/02/20 09:08:02 (permalink)
    There is something wrong with the high end on this mix as it distorts in an ear-piercing way. I had to turn it way down to listen.
     
    I sense a Mike Oldfield vibe in this. Sounds good, just needs a bit more work on the mix.
     
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    Re: Feel Your Mind - A BioMesh Production 2017/02/20 11:08:54 (permalink)
    Thanks Dan. I have a very small list of things to go back and tweak, one of which is looking at the high frequency end. I think that I may have got carried away with the air band in my eagerness to lighten the mix.

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    Re: Feel Your Mind - A BioMesh Production 2017/02/20 11:26:30 (permalink)
    Nice collabs chaps! Ditto on the high end of the mix, it's somewhat piercing.

     
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    Re: Feel Your Mind - A BioMesh Production 2017/02/20 23:33:53 (permalink)
    nice composition, but that guitar in the first half is too loud, it's clipping I think or overdriving. And that reversed cymbal? at 3:21 for example is majorly over compressed, super sibilant I'm afraid. Those things should be easy to weed out, and you have a great chill piece here. . .
     
    The electronic elements, the delay patches, the filtery things, all great!!!
     
    I think her lead vocal could have just a hair less reverb perhaps, or add some more predelay so her words can escape legibly before they are washed into ether.
     
    I look forward to v2, it's a great start!
     
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    Re: Feel Your Mind - A BioMesh Production 2017/02/23 08:33:26 (permalink)
    Finally getting around to listening to Feel Your Mind...
     
    I'd just listened to your latest, so I thought I had my headphone level set comfortably. At forty seconds in I had to rip my earbuds out because the high frequency part, in particular, was so loud it hurt. I think Tom picked up on this too in his post. It happens again at 2:30... I think that effect could do with some serious taming Adrian.
     
    The ending was a bit abrupt too and I thought I'd be listening to the effect tail fading out. But that may have been your intent there.
     
    Other than that, this is a great piece of work and a marvellous collaboration.
     
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    Re: Feel Your Mind - A BioMesh Production 2017/02/23 09:07:56 (permalink)
    My apologies for hurting your ears. I am revisiting the mix over the weekend. I've already made some tweaks to those effects and will post the revised version shortly.

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    Re: Feel Your Mind - A BioMesh Production 2017/02/23 09:12:33 (permalink)
    Aye, Adrian... Apologies... I should have read the other comments first and I would have known. I generally don't read the previous comments so as not to "colour" my thoughts while I am listening.
     
    I look forward to the re-mix
     
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    Re: Feel Your Mind - A BioMesh Production 2017/03/13 10:28:12 (permalink)
    Thank you all for your constructive feedback, new mix uploaded - https://soundcloud.com/biodiode/feel-your-mind
     

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    Re: Feel Your Mind - A BioMesh Production 2017/03/13 16:42:19 (permalink)
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    I look forward to the re-mix
     
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    Re: Feel Your Mind - A BioMesh Production 2017/03/14 21:55:42 (permalink)
    Hi Adrian,
     
    That is a much better mix, to my ears. Those cutting hi frequency parts have now been well tamed. I also downloaded the song too, which is slightly better quality at 320kbps MP3. Would have been nice to hear an uncompressed WAV but I know, from experience, that it takes a long time to upload high quality files (I only upload wave files now, even for twenty minute long tracks, but I don't mind the wait).
     
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    Re: Feel Your Mind - A BioMesh Production 2017/03/15 08:05:06 (permalink)
    Thanks Andy. I ended up changing the reverb entirely on the vocals to make them clearer and reworked the gain staging for the guitar tracks.

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    Re: Feel Your Mind - A BioMesh Production 2017/03/15 09:03:06 (permalink)
    Lovely track, nice and chunky well balanced mix. :)
    The snare is rather dry and feels a bit off in the intro, but works much better later in the song.
     
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    Re: Feel Your Mind - A BioMesh Production 2017/03/15 14:47:34 (permalink)
    Thanks for the feedback Kloon, may take a look at that snare.

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    Re: Feel Your Mind - A BioMesh Production 2017/03/15 18:52:18 (permalink)
    I must be listening to the remix as I am not hearing any top end problems.

    Thanks for sharing.

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    Re: Feel Your Mind - A BioMesh Production 2017/05/02 20:44:13 (permalink)
    Nice song with great vibe.
    Cool guitars.
    Agree with the Mike Oldfield reference.
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    Re: Feel Your Mind - A BioMesh Production 2017/05/03 16:20:02 (permalink)
    Thanks for listening Ken

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    Re: Feel Your Mind - A BioMesh Production 2017/05/09 18:34:18 (permalink)
    I likes...   It's a nice combination with Mesh layering guitar work over your electronics.    Just needs a proper ending.     :)

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