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Re: OT: final mixing and mastering of film score....hints?
Cool. I wasn't able to extract that info from the previous thread. But
then it shouldn't be difficult. Just listen until you find the flow
and start recording. Could even be better not to bother with tech grid
at all. Just tune in with your musical instinct and follow the voice.
I still don't understand what you mean by "no talent" (musical?) while
being a "very talented animator". To me those two are very closely
related (especially in the musical field you're now pointing at). I
mean that a bad actor sings like a bad actor but a good actor sings
excellent even if totally out of key and "can't sing".
On Mon, Feb 13, 2012 at 5:54 PM, mark francombe <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> i was of course only refering to the Logic grid... but i know you know
> that, as your point was more a philosophical one.
> when you say a " wanna be weirdo" i promise you she aint no wanna be ,
> she a 100% no holds barred, yoko, amos, bjørk, dax, Hagen, Love,
> fucked up fruitcake! With very little actual talent, (except she a
> very talenter animator)
> Sent from my (advertisement removed)
> On 13 Feb 2012, at 17:32, Per Boysen <email@example.com> wrote:
>> IMHO there is always a grid. You just need to find it. Even one single
>> note played/sung has a tempo. Improvisation, my main interest, is all
>> about following the grid (the inner grid that is, the one that usually
>> syncs to like minded you play along with). If she isn't a totally
>> wanna-be weirdo she has a grid. Swans are griddy imo. Grid isn't equal
>> to "fixed tempo". Grid is just a technical implication of FLOW.
>> On Mon, Feb 13, 2012 at 5:07 PM, mark francombe
>> <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>>> Thanks again Per, you really are earning your nick name...
>>> Have to say though... I wish..
>>> In this, the actress is not a good singer, interesting maybe, Ive
>>> worked with her on NinJam, but here she sings and plays a pink bass...
>>> its very slow and goth for a bit, like a swans track, then she
>>> suddenly goes totally wild, im not sure what she is trying to do
>>> really, and im not sure she does either... its gonna be...
>>> interesting. gonna play with the grid for a bit, but you know... I
>>> might go gridless!!! Remember playing In time??? No quantise in
>>> On 13 Feb 2012, at 16:29, Per Boysen <email@example.com> wrote:
>>>> I never got to comment on the last task, the about making music to an
>>>> acapella voice recording.