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Hot Traxxx / Re: MaliQ | I have a dream
« on: December 01, 2010, 10:37:30 AM »

10.Brothers In Arms ft Ill-Literate-Skill, Killa M 04:24   

heard this joint on Naturelles podcast. dope

OOhh for real? Thanx - link me to her blog please.... Thanx again!

http://www.naturelle.mypodcast.com/

it includes an interview too by the way.

Much thanx for the link...

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Hot Traxxx / Re: MaliQ | I have a dream
« on: December 01, 2010, 10:29:35 AM »

10.Brothers In Arms ft Ill-Literate-Skill, Killa M 04:24   

heard this joint on Naturelles podcast. dope

OOhh for real? Thanx - link me to her blog please.... Thanx again!

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Hot Traxxx / Re: MaliQ | I have a dream
« on: December 01, 2010, 09:38:25 AM »
Quote
All tracks produced by Trompie for Siamese Ent.
All tracks recorded at Siamese Ent. Studios
All tracks mixed and mastered by Trompie

Dope 4 real. much respect!


Thanks.... Please fix that error I told you about...

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Hot Traxxx / Re: MaliQ | I have a dream
« on: December 01, 2010, 09:24:49 AM »
So, there I was chilling browsing my friends status updates on FB, then I came across MaliQ's stating how Hype mag had a good review of his mixtape... I was like "WHAT???"... telling myself, seems me and him are AMONGST the cream of CapCity that keeps the buzz in the Hype offices buzzing on good music... quote me "amongst"!

Well, as evidently as I always tell him, our synergy is like legendary groups, Gangstar, Pete Rock and CL Smooth type. The mixtape, which belongs to a trilogy of "DREAMS" - I Have A Dream is the first installment of the dream theme trilogy. Next up is A Mic & A Dream LP. Finally, It Was All A Dream, a doccie movie and soundtrack. (link: http://maliq.bandcamp.com/album/i-have-a-dream)

Back to my topic: well, the mixtape is our second installment together (maybe it will reach its predecessors - Sleepless In Seattle​/​My Mind On Cap City accolade by being nominated as best mixtape in 2010) and has been reviewed overall rating 4,5/5... the best I personally ever had with production rating at 4/5.

So do yourself a favor, order your hard copies, download the mixtape, book the artist, contact the producer... do something....lol!


Mixtape features:

AQ & Thir[13]teen appear courtesy of Press Play
Ill-Literate-Skill appear courtesy of Ill-Skillz Records
Flex Boogie, Killa M appear courtesy of HHH Music
The Anvils appear courtesy of Roach Inc.
KG appears courtesy of Siamese Entertainment

All tracks produced by Trompie for Siamese Ent.
All tracks recorded at Siamese Ent. Studios
All tracks mixed and mastered by Trompie

Best believe the HYPE (and buy it)!!!

DOWNLOAD MIXTAPE - link in first post!
 ;)

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Producers - Discussion / Re: Louisden beatbattle registration
« on: November 29, 2010, 12:39:29 PM »
No offence but there is no competition...

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Producers - Discussion / Re: No separates!
« on: November 24, 2010, 12:24:01 PM »
What do you mean sit? Do you mean having to record again or use vocals that have been already recorded?

In both cases, use Sony ACID 7. time stretch there is perfect or use FL if you need to get them mixed in a jiffy. The only thing with FL though is making sure that you blend the two perfect and your mixes should come out from being rewired if you need perfection. The process is longer in both ways...

Er...good advice, but not quite what I was looking for!

I have recorded vocals, and a beat. The beat is one mixed wav file - no separate drums, samples or anything else. I'm trying to sit the vocals in the beat, so it sounds as if it's mixed. Timing isn't a problem.

I'm using Cubase.

In that case well, it will be advisable if you use less compression/maximizing/colouring of any nature. Since you mentioned you're using Cubase, then use a lot of EQ to suite yo mix and remember to NOT COMPRESS, even if it clips.

I haven't used any compression on the master bus - but because it's going to mastering, not because of anything else. What impact would master compression have on sitting the vocal?

I've compressed individual elements and it sounds pretty good so far!

Master compression always kills off or as I put it, disturbs the pureness of a thumping ba** kick or drum. The sound will be coloured in such a way that even yo hi's wont be crystal.

Pro Tools is best for such jobs, try using the Izotope RTA in Pro Tools 7/8 Le... works like a charm!

- just my take (diff strokes for diff folks)

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Producers - Discussion / Re: No separates!
« on: November 24, 2010, 06:31:22 AM »
What do you mean sit? Do you mean having to record again or use vocals that have been already recorded?

In both cases, use Sony ACID 7. time stretch there is perfect or use FL if you need to get them mixed in a jiffy. The only thing with FL though is making sure that you blend the two perfect and your mixes should come out from being rewired if you need perfection. The process is longer in both ways...

Er...good advice, but not quite what I was looking for!

I have recorded vocals, and a beat. The beat is one mixed wav file - no separate drums, samples or anything else. I'm trying to sit the vocals in the beat, so it sounds as if it's mixed. Timing isn't a problem.

I'm using Cubase.

In that case well, it will be advisable if you use less compression/maximizing/colouring of any nature. Since you mentioned you're using Cubase, then use a lot of EQ to suite yo mix and remember to NOT COMPRESS, even if it clips.

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Producers - Discussion / Re: No separates!
« on: November 23, 2010, 11:25:42 AM »
What do you mean sit? Do you mean having to record again or use vocals that have been already recorded?

In both cases, use Sony ACID 7. time stretch there is perfect or use FL if you need to get them mixed in a jiffy. The only thing with FL though is making sure that you blend the two perfect and your mixes should come out from being rewired if you need perfection. The process is longer in both ways...

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Producers - Discussion / Re: Trompie: Beatmaking vidz
« on: November 17, 2010, 09:56:16 AM »
Nice work Trompie.

Which software are you using? I am torn between buying Acid 7 or getting Ableton Live after I have seen Ski getting busy with it.

I would go for ACID 7 cuz I use it for recording vocals on it anyway....great tool...crap with I have to make beats in it...thats just me...

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Producers - Discussion / Re: Trompie: Beatmaking vidz
« on: November 15, 2010, 09:43:31 AM »
props! that was fresh! f-f-fresh!!!

A list of new vidz will be uploaded soon...most studio sessions with drummers, pianists and vocalists...

Thanx for peeping it.

cool will check it out

I need to get my beatmaking game back on track!

wheres Oootz at? where's Nyambz?

Ootz is in twit world I a**ume cuz he be updating stuff daily there and Nyambo is on some academix and fatherhood, least thats what I a**ume.

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Producers - Discussion / Trompie: Beatmaking vidz
« on: November 10, 2010, 10:08:22 AM »
Soon I will be putting up vidz of all kinds including beatmaking vidz...

Please feel free to go to trompie-siameseentertainment.blogspot.com to get updates or alternatively go to trompie-siameseentertainment.blogspot.com to get updates or alternatively go to trompie-siameseentertainment.blogspot.com to get updates or alternatively go to to watch vidz straight...

Again feel free to leave comments too...

Heres a first small clip


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Hot Traxxx / Re: BoyWonder ft. Bleksperm, Ras & N'veigh - Y.O.U
« on: November 05, 2010, 11:23:37 AM »
Brilliant...

Thanx for the reply...


PS: I am on the hook!

Look out for the mixtape -  BACK II BASIX

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Hot Traxxx / Re: BoyWonder ft. Bleksperm, Ras & N'veigh - Y.O.U
« on: November 01, 2010, 06:55:33 AM »

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