Category Archives: Mixing

Chris Larke/Ekral/Commander, new tune and Editing for DJ Ali.

Yes! These guys have been good clients of mine for a while now.
They have come to the studios in the past. But now we pretty much work online. DJ Ali sent me Stems to edit into a song. That was challenging, since I had to sync the tempo to the original track that was the standard. But it wasn`t possible to sync it, so I had to just use my intuition.

Chris Larke, sent me four stems. Vocals, and guitars. I then mixed them and added electric guitar, as well as bass, and a loop.
He sent me the BPM, which made it easier for me to work on the project.

Anyways thats whats been happening at stillbliss.

Enjoy the rest of our Sunday!!

Takaki LongField NEW Vocaloid track soon to be released!! Don`t miss out!

Hey Everyone!

This is a post to let you know that we are selling Takaki Longfield`s new track entitled “Summer Spectrum”.
It will be released on all major online retailers on 7/7/17.

Three sevens! Can`t go wrong there!

This track will be released with our label.

It was mastered at Abbey Road studios. Mixed at stillbliss.

If you are a connoisseur of Japanese Vocaloid tracks, and everything Jpop, then this song might be for you!

We still do not know when we will upload to Youtube. But when we know, we will let YOU know!

Slingshotmillion2`s recording, and band practice. As well as Takaki Long field`s Vocaloid production.

Yesterday, I was able to have some fun times in the studio with my band Slingshotmillion2.

We recorded Guitar`s, vocals, and drums.

First off we had our drummer come early, to record the drums. Next we recorded the guitar parts. Then vocals.

I will be working on mixing the track, which is called “1, 3, 4.”

I dont know why its called  that, but I guess anything is pop these days!

Oh yes, by the way, the main riff melody for “1, 3, 4” is my melody. My band decided (Finally), on using one of the many melodies I have been sending to my mates.

Also on another topic. I sent a petition to Abbey road mastering services. Which are pretty dope by the way.

I asked them to redo a master, because the vocals were too quiet.
So they sent a revision. And it sounds Much much better.

You can hear what the vocals are saying.

All that to say. Be ready for some Vocaloid action from Takaki Longfield. Soon to be released on major online retailers.