Hi everyone.

So many, or none of you know that my mixing skills are absolute shit.

I'm at a point where I'm doing the best I can possibly be doing with EQing, denoising, compressing/limiting, and adding slight reverb and exciter effects, but there's still a huge setback...

I don't know if it's my Gameboy (DMG-01) or not, but my sound output is grainy. I have good cables, and my Scarlett 2i2 is fairly new, so I don't think it's that. Some people have complained that my music is unlistenable (which I kind of find hard to believe hmm ).

Any ideas of what I'm doing wrong? Should I start recording with a GBA instead?

Thanks!
-Sam

Post an example?

herr_prof wrote:

Post an example?

https://soundcloud.com/nanode/relapse

nanode wrote:
herr_prof wrote:

Post an example?

https://soundcloud.com/nanode/relapse

Thats a really bad example. The recording was clean and the composition was rather skillful.
Not to mention, none of the replies are negative.

That sounds pretty clean to me.

I dunno that was exactly what I'm talking about.

Maybe this?
https://soundcloud.com/nanode/itchy-tri … hque-remix

Yea maybe you just don't like the gameboy.

herr_prof wrote:

Yea maybe you just don't like the gameboy.

I swear I'm hearing something. hmm

Maybe it's Ableton? My headphones? Speakers?

Last edited by nanode (March 7, 2016 1:35 am)

Maybe the distortion of the samples?

whoever told you your music sucks needs to be punched in the face. i like your songs.

bitjacker wrote:

whoever told you your music sucks needs to be punched in the face. i like your songs.

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