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Default Piano solo music - mixing & mastering

Has anyone experience with mixing & mastering piano solo music?

I composed a piano solo album and produced it in Logic with East West Pianos Platinum (piano sound), some additional Piano noises (like pedal and dampers) and Spaces II (Reverb).

I'm still not fully satisfied with the sound but I don't know what to do next. It feels like there is a drone or booming kind of sound in some frequencies.

Can anyone listen in my "finished" product and give some advice? I will send a Dropbox Link via PM, I don't want to post it public here.

Thanks for any help.
Tristan Blaskowitz | Composer & Filmmaker



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Old 10-29-2018, 06:57 PM
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Sure. I haven't done that much, but being a pianist should help a bit?

How fast do you need an answer? Thursday is holiday
for us, so I'd have a bit more time then.
I'll otherwise re-arrange my schedule.
Just let me know.
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