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Rahoul - by Shunt
 
Rahoul
- by Shunt - 8/28/2021 - 4:40:41 am Time: 11 mins 11 secs
v1- by Shunt - 8/28/2021 4:40:41 am
Time: 11 mins 11 secs
Shunt8/28/2021 4:45:05 am
Logo for my latest music project.
Current release is called "I Want To
Rave Again!"

The project name comes from some boys
at the children's pre/after-school
care where I work, they started
calling me Raoul, stretched, it sounds
like Raaa-Ooooooooll.
Thought it would be nice to adapt that
for my project :)


https://www.youtube.com/watch?
v=LNP1UoKVgC0


It would also be nice if the streams
would add up a little

https://open.spotify.com/artist/2XvW2i
soz80o35h3dzWNrF

And sales of course...
https://www.beatport.com/release/i-
want-to-rave-again/3461924
Shunt8/28/2021 4:45:52 am
And now with clicketyclackety links


www.youtube.com/watch?
v=LNP1UoKVgC0


It would also be nice if the streams
would add up a little

open.spotify.com/artist/2XvW2i
soz80o35h3dzWNrF

And sales of course...
www.beatport.com/release/i-
want-to-rave-again/3461924
fatribz9/15/2021 11:40:19 am
how do you make your stuff sound all clean and big and stuff like that?
Shunt9/16/2021 9:41:18 am
@fatribz thanks for the compliment!

I work really long on songs. They have to sound perfect. I use mastering on tracks seperately and mastering on the output.
I spend more time exploring plugins, for sounds as well as for effects. I play my songs over and over and over (on a neutral headphone) until I hear nothing anymore that annoys me. Also, I think that I am far more driven and motivated to work on things since I turned my life around
fatribz9/19/2021 3:15:20 pm
huh! coincidentally, just today I listened to a track I thought was pretty great, once on my phone and then in my wife's and my car to see how it sounded. during this time I noticed somethings that just sounded dumb (abrupt addition of instrument or change in song overall) and "annoying" frequencies, maybe too loud. I will go back and touch up the songs to make them more enjoyable.

to make it sound like you do though, does reverb have a lot to do with it?