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About sonicspeedway

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  • Birthday 07/02/1989

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    Sawnic, Music, instruments of all kinds, recording, fishing, camping, blowing stuff up, working on cars, volleyball, basketball, paintball, electronics pro.
    Computers & Networking is my job, i run a website or two. List goes on. My band is Serenity Seven which is Me & Cody.:p
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    The Deep Woot- Oklahoma

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  1. Also every DAW has its Pros/Cons, this apply to any softwares that exist for a perticular application*photos, music, video*. Although one over the other is gonna be easier for the first timer to grasp and get ahold of, and music can be made with software from 0$-$$$$$. I started a loooong time ago on a Windows xp machine back in 2005ish with an DAW called Krystal Audio Engine and using the line in/mic in port on a sound blaster card with an old Casio keyboard. I have came a long way since then. XD
  2. I'm lacking posts since my old account was gone long ago but will change maybe, as I usually lurk and rarely post on forums anymore hardly. I may join this project if I can make myself get back into using the forum again.
  3. Jeez, look at what I have started. hahahaha O dear.
  4. Also for anyone needing it, I can provide drum/guitar/bass/keyboard/some vocal tracks if needed for your mix. Just thought I might throw that out there. hehe I could type up a long message on EQ'ing tracks but I'll try to keep it short since some of y'all have already gave advise. Pretty much how I eq my tracks to keep bass frequencies from running crazy is to try give each instrument its own frequency range, or to keep it simple, limit/High pass the instruments in question. Like for say My guitar tracks I High pass "cut off" bass frequencies below 180hz. My acoustic I usually cut below 160hz but it depends on the song. Any synths that have low end I like to usually cut at 200hz but usually use automation to vary that at some points during songs. The point is to not have a lot of instruments using the same frequency range, especially the lower frequencies cause it adds a lot of boomyness/mud real quick. High-pass filters should be used/adjusted on almost everything except-"most of the time" kick drum, bass guitars, and piano.<-depends on the song and what your going for, and what else is going on in the song as i've used a High pass on the latter before. Oo and I just realized, that what headphones/monitors your mixing with have a big effect too. Flat response is what you want. If you don't have any good monitors/headphones, listen to your song on every source you can find,* car, home stereo, cheap boombox, surround sound, etc* I'm used to having good monitors/headphones to mix on so I don't think about it too much anymore. I'll stop now.
  5. Lets See I call ahead 1.Windy & Ripply -SA1 WIP version @ https://soundcloud.com/sonicspeedway/windy-and-ripply-wip 2.Endless Possibilites-Serenity Seven Rock version WIP http://www.sonicspeedway.net/epdemo.mp3 3.We"Serenity Seven" have a original song, although it has many refrences to sonic in it if I can get it in. name of the song is Free as the Wind. samples @ http://www.sonicspeedway.net/fatwdemo.mp3 4.The Air-SA1 5.and either 'Knight of the Wind or Open Your Heart." There's my 5.
  6. listning to vizzardjeffhogs live stream..

  7. Yes, I'm pretty sure there will be a Music Adventure for this year. EDIT: Got Bored & Started making this at work today since nothing was going on.
  8. Serenity Seven indeed, and hello all, as I was finally able to re-register under my sonicspeedway name after the awesome staff fixed what needed fixed. .
  9. nom nom nom. finally able to re-join

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