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lucey

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standards and education - practical examples
« on: April 27, 2004, 03:10:20 pm »

if anyone has these to share, it would be nice to read.

this is an email exchange with an unknown, never met, new client.  my technique was to offer the moon

> > > >Anything you want to say about the mixes?  or your style, or anything at all?
> > > >
> > > > I have yet to listen to them...
> > > >
> > > >brian



> > > regarding the mixes... LOUD. i think that about explains it. not really sure
> > >
> > > how mastering works. had some stuff done at abbey road once and although
> > >
> > > it sounded way better i'm not sure what they actually did.
> > >
> > >d****




> >sure Loud i can do
> >
> >the thing with loud is the radio limiters like to see dynamics so if it's too loud
> >
> >it sounds small but for a demo, as i assume these are ... i can go as loud as you want
> >
> >brian


> perhaps not in that case... it is for a single and if all goes
>
> well it will get radio so i'll leave it to your judgement.
>
> d****




i'll lean toward loud, but still musical

you'll be happy in 10 years
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Brian Lucey
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