Yes, I can help you there but it requires that I hear the momentary state.
Could you somehow provide me the stem tracks (e.g. as ogg-compressed project)?
If you don't want that, I guess you could try:
- duplicate the Track(s), compress it to death and apply distortion or
apply tape saturation (the VST La petite excite is nice).
No idea what he means with softening the percussion, perhaps something
like Oekwood's "Soothe", in other words de-harshening it.
On 11/10/2019, Rich De Steno <dmarc-noreply@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
For you audio experts out there.?? I have been releasing albums for the
last couple of years that have been totally recorded, mixed, and
mastered with Audacity.?? I use various Audacity effects, including
reverb, delay, compression, and offsetting doubled tracks by ten
milliseconds.?? I have now delved into the world of sync licensing
instrumentals entirely produced with Audacity.?? A music supervisor is
interested in one of my tracks, but says that he needs "thicker tracks"
and softer percussion and drums for his project.?? Can any of you experts
assist me with how to so-called thicken the tracks in Audacity.?? I guess
that means create a bolder sound, but I am at a loss as to how to
accomplish this.?? Thanks.
Rich De Steno
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