9 thoughts on “ All I Can Give (Original Vocal Mix) - P.J.* Featuring Saxy - All I Can Give (Vinyl)

  1. Apr 02,  · referencing All I Can Give, 12", STIK I believe it was the "Tribal Fusion" mix that was featured as the introduction on Jeno's classic mix CD. The rest of it is very typical stark Chicago deep house that just sounds like it came from /5(33).
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  3. Misteralf & Manyus - "Give Me The Light" (feat Maiya - original deep mix) Antony Fennel - "I Need Love" (feat Maiya - club mix) Mike Scott - "Heaven" (feat Miss Bunty & Saxy Mr S - original mix).
  4. nice price deal!!! new single for the producers from verona named lysark & farina who put together a very clubby beat with a violin sound making it very beautiful in this project you may find a lot of remixes to satisfy the expectations of many of you to be considered a summer track .
  5. BSC, Heidi Vogel - You Got What You Give (Original Mix) Incognito - I Can See The Future Louie Vega feat. Axel Tosca - Harvest Time (Original Mix) Riccardo Burattini - Jazz Dance In Dubai AC Soul Symphony - K-Jee (Joey Negro Philly World Mix) Livio Mode, DjPaul Venice, Mike Belmondo - Little Bit of Love (Feat- Venessa Jackson).
  6. Mar 25,  · The examples I’ve been referencing (Beach Boys, Queen, Fun.) were definitely all compressed individually. Compressing the tracks as a bus will give a more organic, natural sound. This could be good in more folk or acoustic type settings, like the backup-vocal-shout sections that can sometimes be heard in Lumineers or Mumford & Sons recordings.
  7. A lone singer in a band is usually rather easy to mix—make sure the lyrics can be heard intelligibly without overpowering the band. Toss in background vocals (BGV) in addition to the lead and the mix can easily get out of control. The EQ approach for BGV is different than for lead vocals.
  8. But resist the urge to give in. Remind yourself that avoiding the solo button will lead to better mixing decisions. 3. Use Pre-Delay. Matthew Weiss recently said that reverb is back in style. I agree. The problem with reverb, however, is that it can make a vocal feel far away. In most cases, you want the vocal to sit front and center.

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