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About Dextastic

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  1. By the way, no set of monitors is going to sound crystal clear unless you treat your room. sonarworks might help in an untreated room but it will add some coloration (as all eq's do-either transient smearing or pre-ringing) and it can't do anything about standing waves.
  2. For #1, lower your volume fader so that you don't get clipping, then automate the volume to be louder during the quiet parts. It's amazing how much a little automation can fix things that would otherwise be impossible or take hours of tweaking plugin parameters.
  3. The jbl 305 and 308 also sound like toys next to the a7x, based on a different listening experience of mine. I have not had the chance to demo the jbl's against the t5v's.
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    MnP 93: Zelda (Nes) - Labyrinth/Dungeon

    Watch this. Then play it here.
  5. I had a chance to demo the Adam A7x's next to the new T7V's about a week ago. The T7V's sounded like toys by comparison. Even more to their detriment, the T7V's are rear-ported as compared to the front-ported A7x's.
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    MnP 93: Zelda (Nes) - Labyrinth/Dungeon

    That was actually my inspiration for this pick
  7. Whew, with no other entries I'm glad I didn't put too much work into mine Silverpool, I liked the filter movement at the beginning of your piece. It helps add movement and life. The rest of it grooved along nicely, although the "background" synth that comes in about halfway through is too loud. Pick for next round sent.
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    PRC372 - Ice Market (Spyro)

    Yeah the text is all there, it's just the same color as the background for some reason
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    PRC373 - Time to Thunder (Final Fantasy X)

    Submitted! (Made a couple minor edits to what I had submitted last night.)
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    OHC500 - One Hour Compo Round 500

    I've never done a one hour compo. Been meaning to try it one of these days though.
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    OHC500 - One Hour Compo Round 500

    Do you have an account on ThaSauce? If not see the PRC threads for how to make one. The compo is here: Wasn't able to participate, unfortunately. Had to make dinner instead
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    PRC373 - Time to Thunder (Final Fantasy X)

    Yay, thanks!
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    PRC373 - Time to Thunder (Final Fantasy X)

    Midi isn't right
  14. Actually yeah, I think your sounds have come a long way in the last year or so (since I started this whole computer music thing), hoboka. I don't know if that's just because they're being better-mixed or if you've upgraded them or what, but I wouldn't mind knowing what kind of things you're using too.
  15. They were both quite well done imo. I loved the panning and complexity of hoboka's track. Kept me really interested the whole way through. The only thing that bothered me was the simple bass synth (not sure what to call it) that didn't go away until 0:37. And the only thing that bothered me on Silverpool's track was the simplicity of the drum sounds. The drum part itself was fine and fit the track well. It blows me away that you guys are able to do these things so quickly.