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  4. WOW, a it really looks cool, what are you intending to use it for,
  5. Guys i have purchased a new truck from Liftech so i need your review about this. I have attached my truck img. Suggest few points.
  6. Glad you didn't consider Beats. There are far more better headphones in the market. If you are looking for bass-centric headphones, Sony XB1000 and J.V.C HA-SZ2000 are the way to go. They are great considering the price. You could also go for Beyerdynamic Custom One Pro it's great if you love customization and design. Audio-Technica ATH-M50x is definitely the popular one among folks for the price and consistency across the frequency ranges. You can refer some of the reputed sites like HeadFi, SoundMaximum, etc. for some insightful reviews no B.S reviews. I can't advice you on headphones on listening to treble-heavy genres like classicals kinda. I'm not the right guy.
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  15. Hey guys, we are happy to announce our new library with Garrett Goodwin. He is a well known drummer around Nashville for his huge drum sound and extremely solid playing style. Please take a moment to check us out! NASHVILLE SAMPLING CO PRESENTS: GOODWIN BLACK KIT DW Maple drum set tracked by Garrett Goodwin (Carrie Underwood) in a 60,000 square-foot warehouse.Deep sampled kicks (with and without tambourines), snares (on and off), toms (sticks, mallets), 5 hi-hat levels of openness (5 RR x 5 dynamics), and cymbals.All instruments recorded through 3 microphone positions with the option of "warehouse" samples and "studio" samples to fit all production needs. Microphone positions phase-checked to ensure no loss of low end.Pre-mixed channel contains samples all run through high-end outboard compressors, including API 2500, Urei-1176, and Teletronix LA2A.All drums in our demos were mixed entirely in Goodwin Black Kit, and no reverbs were ever added.About the room: ​ The warehouse has an extremely unique timbre: shimmery and unearthly, a true acoustic replication of a Lexicon or Bricasti hardware unit. With a natural reverb decay of -4-5 seconds, this drum kit finds its place somewhere in between the huge tracks Garrett plays on the road with Carrie Underwood to the epic drums required in film and trailer cues. Developed for Native Instruments Kontakt 5 (Out Now) -Kontakt Player 5 version coming this August. Goodwin Black Kit is the first of many drum libraries to come from NSC that will be based on the Kontakt Multi approach to programming. This offers the greatest flexibility in mixing as well as in creating custom kits recorded in different spaces. If anyone would like to see anything else, let me know. Thanks! Details found at: http://nashvillesamplingco.com/goodwinblackkit www.NashvilleSamplingCo.com @NashvilleSamplingCo on Instagram
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  17. I'm a sound engineer and also a teacher. I'm here because I want to produce my own stuff, and rather than free courses, that can be undoubtedly useful, I'm more interested in discuss about engineering/production topics. You don't know also some producer who is giving free harmony or composition lessons?
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  19. Ive been searching for this! any chance you could re-upload? Thanks!
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  21. - I am an amateur / semi-pro guitar player (wildsiderock.com) recently becoming more serious about audio engineering/mixing/producing. I have been in a few studios; most notably was Studio54 in Hollywood next to Paramount studios watching Paul Northfield (Queensryche:Operation Mindcrime) mix my friend's band back in the 90's. I have owned Tascam 4 and 8 track cassette recording consoles - and now I am mixing in the box with StudioOne/Focusrite 2i4, AKAI mini, beyerdynamic DT770Pro's. I have been immersing myself in learning more about recording sound for months - and to my dismay haven't recorded anything new - though my idea/riff list is growing. I have a few tunes posted online - https://soundcloud.com/eleven9eleven These are the first tunes I have ever "published" - and really didn't adhere to any mixing or sound conventions. Partly why I haven't recorded anything new is because I want to rerecord/mix 'Jack Of All Trades" and "Grinder" over again. Keeping a full time job/family and my travel schedule seems to inhibit the process as well. Anyway - wanted to introduce myself - and let you know I'm interested in keeping with the mantra of life long learning. I belong to Home Recording BBS, Studio Central, and now Soundpunk. Hope I am able to share more experiences as I progress. Have a great week... Regards, Mike
  22. All these forums start somewhere - years ago the forums you've posted were a joke with low traffic. Years ago people used MySpace and not Facebook. Years ago Soundcloud was a way for you to share and promote new music and idea's... You need to figure out what you can bring to the table that these other forums don't have, IMO. One of the biggest successes on here a few years ago was the remix comps. Another one was the user review/comments section on new tracks - where we tried to provide constructive feedback to help people refine their craft. The offer for the engineering tutorials is nice - but maybe think how to promote that to drive traffic. Like put a few links up so people can see what they're looking at fro this tutorial - see that value in it. That will help promote your friend as well. Maybe run a competition where people post tracks and you get your friend running the course and yourself to judge the winners of the course based on having potential to improve into something good an be a spokesperson for the course? I'm not interested in the tutorial myself. Not to say there's nothing to be learned from it... just not the time nor inclination to do it myself.
  23. Happy Birthday da heat!

  24. Guys, sorry i was gone for a while, i am busy learning linux, nginx, invision power, thats not sound engineering, it what makes this site happen, i am planning an upgrade for this site, so need some tech-juice but with no activity its hard to justify putting money on this, i was discussing this forum with my contacts in propellahead, InMusic and PointBlank those guys just laughed in my face for running this, they politely showed me their forums which has serious activity, i have some big names in the market that are ready to back this but i am not able to show them the potential first off all we need to figure out how many people are really interested in sound engineering so there is one engineer that is promising free access to his online course worth hundreds of dollars but it will not be for all the members 2 seats only if there is are interested member post a character or 2 or a smile face, whatever that shows you are reading soundpunk if we get a few that sparks the interest we will throw a few giveaways common punk lords show yourself
  25. I think that this place miss some social-network-oriented stuff. the last post on facebook is from 2014!!! ...but I know that posting on facebook can be ugly tho...
  26. Happy Birthday Bob_404!

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