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The material in the 'Original Scores & Recordings'- section isn't fit for further producing. 44.1khz/16bit compressed mp3 isn't a good start.
If i produce i want seperate tracks and at least 48khz/24bit(32float) exports in lossless wav or flac. I usually work in 96khz/24bit(32float).
of course I want you
to play all the tracks and then I
kidding. But personally, I wouldn't mind to start collaboration by exchanging .ogg versions of tracks by mail, with the option of sending the originals later if and when a project prospers and an arrangement is agreed on. And I wouldn't mind being a bit lo-fi generally. But that's not what I was getting at with my statement. What I was
saying, sort of, was: If someone writes:"I play a lot of Johnny Cash style on a Ukulele and some MegaDeathMuffin on a 7 string Seve Vai model", I have to believe that, whereas a mp3 track allows me to judge for myself, even if it's in 64bit mono (I did like the metal detector thing
, also the reasoning behind it, what to do how and why; and honestly, I wouldn't take you half as serious if I only knew you from your posts. Maybe it's the language barrier, but I had a hard time to believe that you know what you're talking about until I heard the song and read the discussion then!
). I mean, a live venue owner won't book your band just for a nice flyer, and what many bands seem to miss, is that a simple 2 track direct live recording from a gig or the rehearsal room will tell him more than a demo done for real cash in a 'pro' studio.
my shrink has told me I have pro-phobia
So I hope I'm not putting anybody off with my strange ways of making compliments - I think the Metal Detector song deserves one, and it's a media success, too - most viewed topic of recent times in that section
But yeah, my practical approach to collaboration would be that, starting with small 2,4,8,16 bar fragments that fit in a mail attachment, so that a partner can make a project with the same BPM, import the audio, loop/duplicate it and play along, which will lead to similar snippets. MIDI is easier even. And let's say you send me a long solo as an mp3, and I import that, cut it up into regions and rearrange the snippets - I could still later receive the high quality original and rename
it so as to replace the stem audio of my previous import, if that doesn't sound to far out.
And if you continue that line of thought, you will probably want to marry musical project files to version control systems like git (an area I haven't studied much yet)
well, happy holidays