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Well, they're nice. Good Jazz songs.Β 

If you'll excuse me saying so, the instrumental sideΒ didn't sound as crisp as itΒ could be*. I'm not technically enough into production to know why though I suspect they were mixed at too high a level so that compression came necessary.

Did you do the arranging? If so it was very good.

*My first encounter with what could be done on recordΒ was Sheffield Lab's direct to disc recording of Harry Jame (Lab 3). Even now it stands out as an example of super hi-fi as most Sheffield Lab discs do.

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Hi Quinn

and thanx for your reply

Regarding the "CRISPNESS" , that seemed to low for you

i can only say that all these trax produced now complie

to the LKFS Broadcast industrie standard.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LKFS

then the Mastering Final , which Levels-Off all the EQ.

Broadcast ,Optimod 8600...........

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I3UNqr4-BYY&feature=youtu.be&t=5

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https://www.bswusa.com/Broadcast-On-Air-Processing-Orban-8700i-P12929.aspx

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so that all frequencys are brought up to flat-line.

so that when these trax are played ON-RADIO-TV, or in a car stereo, or a mobile device, or a massive p.a. Arena-Club

nothing is missing.....but of course, most trax AFTER mastering-Final

are then converted to mp3, and then uloaded to social media like soundcloud

or youtube, who then add there own tricks, to bring down the file size.

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also if your ears are used to hearing trax that havnt been mastered correctly

then thos trax might sound more "Toppy",or "BASSY",

so when hearing those trax, and then coming back to a Mastered trax

that mastered trax might appear to sound FLAT, in comparison.

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Fine,Β as it's a standard. But of course music fidelity has suffered a lot since it has to be produced for all kinds of media most of which are far from hi-fi. I'm far from up-to-date on current standardsΒ for popular genres.

I tend to compare with live music - more toward what most people would call "classical" although I'd call it "modern art" music which can have a huge dynamic range, anything from about 10db (spl) upwards and always difficult to capture on any electronic medium without some kind of distortion. The last thing it wants is compression! Hence my applause for Sheffield Lab who managed to get a range of about 60db (spl 1m) on vinyl.

Even so, like I said, nice songs. I quite like big band.Β 

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