I'm the last guy, sorry on so many questions, I was pretty curious I guess :) And thanks on good times I've had listening to your music, didn't have enough space to thank you!
If you have time, try Valhalla Room reverb, it's one of the rare I actually like, the others I get along with, cause I don't have any other choice :) ...and it's 50$
Any good book recommendations?
I'm recommending "Autobiography of a Yogi" by Paramhansa Yoogananda, that's the last one I read. The title sounds quite boring, and because of it I had a hard time beggining it, but its not written like most biography books, it's written in stories, and you can read the stories in no particular order, it's actually a really interesting and dynamicaly written book.
1. I have it. It is very competent. But it still smells of digital reverb.
2. Prometheus Rising by Robert Anton Wilson.
I read that you rarely use the reverb because it muddies the mix. What do you use,delays with filtered transients? Also, to make your mix wider, do you use psychoacoustics? Like if a sound is coming from the right, do you delay that sound from say 10ms to 50ms (depending on the sound) in your left ear to imitate the delay the sound has when it goes around the head from one ear to the other.
Also dub syndicate's creation is to me, one of the most beautiful pieces of music, just curious if you also love the song? :)
Do you like Mad professor and Aisha high priestess album?
to me mixer as an instrument masters are adrain sherwood, scientist, mad professor, yourself and king tubby and lee scratch perry (which to my taste isn't as interesting but I have a great respesct for him) and thank you all for that :)
and lastly: if you had the chance would you like to produce a kate bush album? 2005 album aerials is great, and when I listened to it I thought that you on the board would work great
Are you a fan of any hard rock or metal music?Ott responded on 08/13/2014