Category: Classic Rock

Leaving You (12 Main Mix) - Natural Sequence & MC Master Dee - Leaving You (Vinyl)


9 thoughts on “ Leaving You (12 Main Mix) - Natural Sequence & MC Master Dee - Leaving You (Vinyl) ”

  1. Tolkis says:
    Jun 04,  · With Jenny Costa, DJ Craze, DJ Dimepiece, DJ Fly Guy.
  2. Digore says:
    I have to say I agree with the ohter reviewers here. It might be a bit cheesy, and being a big pop hit from a former Spice Girl massively dents any street-cred this may have, but this is a great tune that gets me every time; Hex Hector's epic mixes are superb, rising and falling with the song, and when he kicks her back in for a few final reiterations of the title line, it is just spellbinding.
  3. Kejinn says:
    #6 Mix Sounds Bad In A Car, Weak Stereo Field The car is the ultimate judge of the stereo field. If you didn't do a good job with it, your song will sound like its a foot wide, playing right above the stereo, no a full wide sound that blasts out from the left door all the way across to the right door.
  4. Goltilrajas says:
    Mar 23,  · Leaving Me Licensed to YouTube by DRM New Zealand (Music) (on behalf of Frequency Media Ltd); ASCAP, DRM New Zealand (Music Publishing), and 1 Music Rights Societies.
  5. Akinocage says:
    Whether you’re cutting on a 7”, 10” or 12” vinyl, at 33rpm or 45rpm, you’re going to have a separate maximum length for each side. Using the maximum amount of time reduces the loudness of your record, and so staying below the optimal amount of time is the best choice.
  6. Dijin says:
    Aug 17,  · Then when you’ve got a great mix going, you can bounce it down to a stereo file and park it for mastering. When it comes time to master the album, you can pull in all the mixes and know that they are solid in the details. Now it’s time to balance each mix to the next and get the most punch and volume out of these final mixes in a uniform way.
  7. Brazuru says:
    Technically, you can properly mix or master in any room size. But, I believe a smaller room is better than a very large one for someone who's just starting out. And when I say smaller I mean closer to 12'x15' than to 20'x30'. I've mixed and mastered songs for a number of years in a 20'x30' room.
  8. Faer says:
    If you skip this step, you’ll still have a great mix, but it will not be yours. Add your stamp to the mix, your vibe, and feel. Get crazy (not too much) and make a killer track. Simple mixing gets the job done. This is how I approach mixing. Every mix engineer does it differently, and I’d love you to tell me how YOU mix.
  9. Shakazragore says:
    Mar 10,  · Leavin' Lyrics: Hmm / Hey, baby girl, I've been watching you all day / Man, that thing you got behind you is amazing / You make me wanna take you out and let it rain / I know you .

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