Label: Not On Label - none • Format: 5x, File MP3, EP • Country: Switzerland • Genre: Electronic • Style: Abstract, Ambient, Experimental, Sound Collage, Illbient
Some of the Dimlite stuff Pink Floyd - Live suppose I can still listen to, and always what Ronrol - Dim Grimm* - Perlissop EP doing right at the moment as Dim Grimm.
The second one came out recently. Over ten years ago, when Dave came out to a show in London to tell me about his brand, which was Sonalksis back then. I still use those sometimes. I would call them proper tools, extensive. I think they offer a sort of individuality for the user, as opposed Its Like That Y All - Limp Bizkit - If Only We Could Fly something that just sounds the way it sounds.
DMG plug-ins can be made to sound however you want. They demand exploration. Dualism has become quite important for analyzing, since it can do it all. I also use it to blend sources. Limitless, is in my opinion the best plug-in limiter currently available. And then today, although I'm generally not much for gating drums, I had to isolate this kettle drum Nothing out of the ordinary.
For this second Perlissop EP that just came out and the following stuff, I decided it was time to finally dismiss unnecessary loudness, even dismiss the pointless discussion about it, and just do what sounds fine across my devices: LUFS.
Artist Spotlight. Dim Grimm I make music. It makes itself, and I record it. Playing instruments, programming stuff. And I tinker. I have also mixed and treated other people's material dimgrimm.
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