Punk vinyl single -- My first project for Model 24

Discussion in 'Song Mixes: Tracks for review and critique' started by PunkPrincessInADress, Sep 20, 2019.

  1. PunkPrincessInADress

    PunkPrincessInADress New Member

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    Just sent off the finished files to Dubplates and Mastering in Berlin for the tweaks balancing and all that voodoo stuff for mastering and lacquers for my new double A-sided single as Claire Foxx and The Antisocial Justice Worriers. Rise Up/Problem Child for 'Monetising Dissent' Records. My take on Punk Pop featuring Drums/Bass/Petulant Angst. The guitar is in fact Bass Guitar through my pedalboard. I do this live as a two piece.

    All recorded on Model 24 with a few bits lifted from iPad GarageBand.

    An extremely limited edition 250-300 copies will be pressed on White Vinyl/Red Splatter vinyl with coloured card sleeve. With Stickers and Badges and other puerile stuff.
    More on my bandcamp: https://clairefoxx.bandcamp.com (due warning, both are sweary).

    It will not hosted be on any streaming services like Spotify etc anywhere.

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    -mjk- Moderator Staff Member

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    The mixes sound good. Broad spectrum and good dynamics. Well done!
  3. PunkPrincessInADress

    PunkPrincessInADress New Member

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    Thank you... the single is too long for 7" 45rpm so I have decided to go for 10" and add two more songs making an EP. I have started to really get comfortable with the hybrid nature of the Tascam now and went for a deliberate big mid-80s pumpy LA Punk production sound meets laughing gnome...

    https://clairefoxx.bandcamp.com/track/oh-my-god-the-cis-are-at-it-again

    Technically this was a development for me because I recorded the basics: Bass and "buzzsaw guitar" plus main vocals and guide harmonies on the Tascam to a click track, dragged it across to Logic and then used it as a soundcard 12 channels for drum overdubs in Logic, vocal harmonies and gnome tracking in logic and used the desk as a 12 (+3 ambient) live drum track; it took a few goes to get it right.

    No guitars again, all bass and drums and voice.
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    -mjk- Moderator Staff Member

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    Interesting approach. I have 2 consoles, 1 analog and 1 digital, plus a DP-32. I cut the tracks in the DP machine using either/both consoles and then export to Reaper for mixing with the digital console (with full automation). Hybrid is the only way to go, IMO.