Lucky Three (MRB Remaster from almost uncirculated source)
Hi! I never seen this source circulating except as ISO DVD. The spectrum analysis reveals it's better than the YouTube KRS video and also any mp3 around soulseek. The only place where theres a full spectrum it's the Thumbsucker OST (just for Thirteen) but with some frequencies awfully rolled-off.
ELLIOTT SMITH // LUCKY THREE: AN ELLIOTT SMITH PORTRAIT
Recorded from October 17–20, 1996 in Portland, Oregon.
Released 1997 (KRS) (Out of Print) Marabalos (MRB) Remaster 2020
- Instrumental I (Baby Britain)
- Between the Bars
- Thirteen (Big Star cover)
- Instrumental II (Baby Britain)
- Instrumental (Baby Britain) [MRB reconstruction]
SOURCE Elliott Smith Memorial Fundation DVD (lossy MP2 files, 13khz cut-off).
This is the best source I could find.
SOFTWARE Izotope Rx / Adobe Audition / Voxengo Soniformer (used as gate) / StereoTools (used as declipper and delossifier) / Izotope Ozone (for mastering)
IMPORTANT! ABOUT DIGITAL RECONVERSION: conversion from lossy to lossless is USELESS, however if you modify a lossy file you HAVE to save the changes to lossless, just to be shure the file don't get another layer of lossy compression. This is why I'm sharing flac files despite using lossy files as source.
I did this work for my own enjoyment. I'm sharing it just because I though someone here could enjoy it too. If you don't, please don't get mad at me and please forgive me for wasting your time.
submitted by MaRaBalos_OK
Best Tool for Automated Loudness Standard
I'm curious what everyone's preferred method of choice is for hitting that sweet -19 LUFS target? I'm looking for recommendations because I'm not loving my method, which is basically using Izotope Ozone Elements 8 and setting the target to -19 LUFS, but I just don't love how it works. This could be complete user error, but overall things just sound more even between our two tracks when I use Auphonic instead of Ozone.
I'm tempted to just buy the Auphonic desktop version and make my life simple, but I was wondering if anyone had any other tools or recommendations to work for multiple track loudness automation - I really prefer a tool do to this rather than do it manually and measure with a meter. $89 is a bit more than I was hoping to spend but I do want this to be something I can quickly and easily use.
I've messed around with the Waves WLM Plus meter and just couldn't quite get the hang of it. I thought their Playlist Rider worked alright but it seemed like it didn't boost enough to hit the target I set.
Long story short, looking for the best automated loudness tool to save myself headache and time.
submitted by celticmoose