A punk recording

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sharp
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A punk recording

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I've recorded my friends' band the Eggs. The album was recorded with Logic (boo, I know...) It was then bounced to wav files and imported into ardour2, where it was actually mixed. Vocals were then routed into a guitar amp and rerecorded in separate tracks. The final mix was then mastered really loud in Jamin. I think the final level is something ridiculous like -7dBFS RMS. It's the loudest album I know of. (The band told me to make it as loud as I could. It's not good form, but hey, it's punk...)

Heres a link to my blog post about it, which has a link to an mp3 as well as the whole album via zipfile.

http://sharph.net/2008/10/the-eggs/

-sharp

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studio32
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wow a real punk song! Nice :)

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Dude! Nice work. Punk and Linux go great together in my honest opinion.

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Brilliant!
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The headroom is there to handle transients - not the "weight" of the entire signal.

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Awesome!

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