Recently we posted about our new weekly feature, Workshops. This is how it works: you upload your tracks, and each week we publish one here and step away from the podium. The floor is yours to talk about the track and how the artist can fix problems in and improve upon the mix and the song. Here's our second, Chopper by Pan.
There are a couple of rules:
- Friendly, constructive criticism. We’re talking about people’s creative work, and anyone who is destructive and offensive will find their comments deleted — if they slip through moderation, let’s just hope we can catch them before the artist comes around to see your feedback. Negative constructive criticism is welcome. Since we’re only weeding out the offensive stuff, you only get one shot — if you use the comment box to insult people, you’ll find yourself unable to comment at AUDIOTUTS again.
- These comment threads can get pretty darn long. Have a quick read-through of the feedback that’s already been given, and try not to double-up too much.
Easy rules for civilized people to follow. Without further ado…
Chopper by Pan
Björgvin writes: “Unpublished track from Icelandic group Pan I was in for years. I am studying at SAE Institute in Madrid and had the master tracks so I am trying my hand at mixing the thing. It was recorded in Protools but mixed in Logic Pro 8. I just want all your opinions about the sound and production of the track, so I can get more ideas as to how I can change it. Thanks."
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