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Free 192kHz / 24-bit Percussion & Drum Track

Happy holidays everyone @ AVS and glad to be sponsoring Scott Wilkinson on TWiT.tv. As my gift to music lovers am giving away the 'master tape' of one of my tracks. The dynamics are huge! This is the never-before-released raw recording/file so the first 25 seconds is 'dead air' as I had to press record button on the Tascam and then get behind the drum/percussion setup. The music begins with quietly played tuned percussion, which eventually builds as more percussion instruments join in. Finally, the drums enter slowly as to 'warn' you of the impending loud finale section. Please be very careful with the volume of your audio system as the dynamic range is uncompressed and we are recording a very large set of drums/percussion. Yes the track is recorded a bit low in volume level as compared to commercial releases as was afraid of digital clipping during SPL peak. Your system should have plenty of gain to compensate, yet remember the finale is quite loud so be careful when setting your listening level.
You can download the track, cover art and more detailed info on the track at http://1drv.ms/1vrktuR
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Ok, checking it out...

I'll be back later...


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Try again.



Something is ugly in your left channel


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Thanks for the input and the larger drums were in the left channel and value your input. Perhaps too much SPL for the mics to handle?
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I think the German engineers figured out the problem. The extreme sound pressure caused the left microphone's pickup device's membrane to have a physical problem and then became 'stuck' of sorts. Here is a link that translates their thread:


https://translate.google.com/transla...-text=&act=url
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