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Soul to Sell- 2019 Remix


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AllenDean

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This is an experimental 2019 remix of a song I wrote with Natalie Scibetta for a film soundtrack.
I believe this was recorded in 2011 or 2012?
I'm working in Logic X, and learning the different mixing tools and new effects, etc.
please let me know what you all think of this version?
I didn't add any new tracks, just the original tracks recorded for the song.
this tune is copywritten by Natalie and myself, so streaming only, sorry
if you would like a copy, I will try to get in touch with her to see if she wants to allow downloads
thanks!
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Uploaded: Feb 06, 2019 - 09:16:45 PM
Last Updated: Feb 06, 2019 - 09:16:45 PM Last Played: Feb 15, 2019 - 10:09:28 AM
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charlieknight said 14 days ago (February 7th, 2019)
good song
lovely singing and the song moves along nicely, with good atmosphere.
nice guitar but sounds like its recorded through an onboard pickup rather than mic. higher notes sound good, but lower registers not so good. its a great piece and would benefit I think from improving the sound from the guitar.
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AllenDean said 12 days ago (February 9th, 2019)
yeah....
kind of wish I had an acoustic!
I would love to redo them.....
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DWL said 13 days ago (February 8th, 2019)
Wonderful vocals
Kind of amorphous, the vocals moving around a lot with the guitar keeping it steady.

Nice playing and incredibly subtle backing. Is there string patch in there?

I think Charlie has a point about the guitar but it's not a big deal for me.

Cheers

Dick




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AllenDean said 12 days ago (February 9th, 2019)
strings-
I put a bass string in there originally, but, as I don't have a midi keyboard yet, I went in and manually moved the notes around, and added a huge reverb to them.
I was more interested in making the vocals more warm, and full bodied.
I'm thinking about getting the Slate package- all Steven Slate's plug ins, tutorials, and mixing videos for 14 a month... then, I will try to use tape emulation and ssl board plugins to really beef up mixes and masters...
Check out my latest song called Soul to Sell- 2019 Remix
grah3am said 11 days ago (February 10th, 2019)
Terrific song
And a lovely voice. The solution is a collab. You could do it from here, or go to ProCollabs. There are plenty of acoustic guitarists and bass players who would be happy to help.
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Shivers said 11 days ago (February 10th, 2019)
Beautiful
Writing as I'm listening, the guitar is amazing but i think it gets in the way of Natalies beautiful vocal, i much preferred the version without the guitar. The lyrics and the melody are what make this song, Natalie is such a talented sing, the harmonies are nothing but genius. Thanks for sharing again, i can't love this song anymore.
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Fire_Angel said 9 days ago (February 12th, 2019)
Fabulous
I think this would benefit from having the guitar slightly further back in the mix, and maybe with a tiny hint of reverb added. The vocals are so amazing they need to be right out front. Anything with Natalie singing on it should make her vocals the most prominent sound in my view.
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MikeRobinson said 9 days ago (February 12th, 2019)
Yeah, it's all very "forward in the mix"
... even Natalie's vocals, particularly when she reaches back and emphasizes a phrase, a result that is much louder than the quiet passages.   Perhaps a low male drone chorus, even a synthesized one, would help broaden the vocal sound.

The guitar part, to my ear, definitely needs a deep cello part.   The only point where I consciously detect any accompanying strings is in the very last few measures.

So, what I think that I would do now is to bring in a string quartet:   deep bass underpinnings, a more active cello part, and, on the top, high-string “shimmers” approximately in her vocal range and slightly above it.   And the male-vocal oohs and ahhs.   The arrangement might also benefit from, say, an oboe or clarinet taking a brief solo part.
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egobandit said 8 days ago (February 13th, 2019)
Soul
Really like the clear sound of this the guitars and harmonies Tops
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Name: Allen Dean
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