My first DeepHouse Mix
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    Default My first DeepHouse Mix

    Feedback would be great [I know that there were a few mistakes!]

    Thanks.

    http://www.mixcrate.com/mix/86947/Cr...ouse-Funk-Vol1



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    i am sure mr nephew will be in to help you with that...
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    I don't know that I would call it all deep house, but there were some deeper tunes in it. Some of your levels on EQ and volume were off in a few points. Not real real off, but enough that I noticed it. There were also a few points were you missed some phasing, but you'll get that down with more practice and knowing your tracks. Deep house begs for long mixes and subtle layering. In my opinion no quick cutting like is common with other more energetic genres is a no go so when I hear a sudden change it sticks out.

    Good effort all the way around though. Keep at it and keep digging for the deeper tunes.
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    I totally agree about the long mixes after listening to it back. I have been practicing.

    How do you mean about missing the phasing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chrismac View Post
    How do you mean about missing the phasing?

    Thanks.
    In the most basic sense you line the tracks up so that when one sound goes away in the outgoing track a sound begins in the incoming track.

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    Quote Originally Posted by keithace View Post
    i am sure mr nephew will be in to help you with that...
    Don't even get me started on this

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