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Old 23-09-2011, 14:29 PM   #1 (permalink)
recording old again or just record new
emu006 emu006 is offline 23-09-2011, 14:29 PM

hey guys just me wondering if i should re-record my songs because i have figured out how to make the quality better or just record new stuff and leave the old stuff old. is it better to just leave the songs how they are or should i recod them again and make them better. also thinking about doing some covers atm cause im abit stuck on my own stuff

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I tend to leave old songs as they were esp if a few folk liked em. However, now and then i remix and master an older song just to add a little more pro sound to it. If you've just discovered how to make em sound better then ya might discover some more tricks in a while so maybe wait until you are sure they'll benefit.

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yeah, i'm with james on this. I tend to leave em and do better on your new ones. But some people like to go back to them, if you feel its not finished- go back, if you was - leave it...........you'll usually always feel you can improve a track after but you've got to stop somewhere. I prefere to try new things on new tracks - keep it fresh
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