After hours of getting getting my tracks sounding good, after exporting it as an audio file on ableton, that audio is always different from how i heard it before i exported it as an audio file. i have no technical knowledge of why this happens and is this always the case? do i need to always listen to that mix down and go back and adjust and re export the audio again?
thanks for doing this man. i dont know any other artist willing to put this much time answering questions from random strangers. you are amazing in so many ways!
No, that doesn't sound right.
Are you sure you're not listening back through iTunes with the EQ or processing switched on?
Or listening back through Ableton Live with the track warped or buss processing still inserted?
Without seeing your setup I couldn't say for sure, but there is definitely something not right going on somewhere.
How would you start a downtempo or psymbient music scene in a country ( ecuador ) that has been taken over completely by deep house and house music? (Theres always international djs coming every weekend) for me sometimes its boring, because you just listen to some tracks mixed one after another, but rarely a true artistic performance like a live set or a psymbient band playing crazy stuff like your band, wich is amazing.People over here doesn't aprecciate so much ambient or idm music, they define it as odd music or weird sounds. I actually got into that type of music after a lot of life lessons and conssiousness expansion that led me to be a better person and apreciate life and every living form in it, caring less about material things and focusing more on love and unity.
Maybe thats something that leads you to aprecciate this different but unique kind of music. I love you music i saw you 2 years ago at NY with bluetech and i was amazed.
What is your advice to make this scene known?
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