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Plug In Stereo playing his version of Up Up & Away live at The iLounge in Pontiac, MI on November 27th, 2010 Check him out yeah? :] Ignore my talking, haha. I am a bit obnoxious. :p
This is the first Love Like Mine video up!(besides the one on the actual Plug In Stereo youtube acount) But anyways, I went to his concert, and bought his CD, this song is amazing! I hope you guys enjoy it! Love, Athena ****I DO NOT OWN ANYTHING. The pictures, and song all belong to Plug In Stereo!****
I DO NOT OWN ANY CONTENT IN THIS VIDEO MYSPACE: http://www.myspace.com/pluginstereo I take requests (: EDIT: Thank you for the views and likes ♥ Lyrics;; I've been thinking my life away My brain is shrinking And isn't that the funny thing? How it all works out that way. I've been passing my time by And now I'm asking myself why, myself why I've been blinking my views away Never learning from the things I saw today The past is a scary thing. I have to learn from my mistakes Instead of pushing them away, pushing them away Days go by quickly, the progress stays small How must longer must I keep on going Before I hit the wall? Now everything, they say, happens for a reason Now how much longer must I keep on going Until next season? Days go by quickly, the progress stays small How must longer must I keep on going Before I hit the wall? Now everything, they say, happens for a reason Now how much longer must I keep on going Until next season?
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these lyrics move me in the most unspeakable ways. again i just change the pitch cause i just like messing around with audacity. i get bored people. check him out: http://www.myspace.com/pluginstereo for the download: http://tinyurl.com/kikimsunddownload Take me back to the days when I could not wait to wake up, weird hair, didn't care what to wear cause no matter what, I still felt loved. Take me back to the days, when losing a game was the worst thing I knew. Getting thrills off of little stuff that now, I just can't do. I can't stand growing up, I'm going too fast. Well just a second I miss my past. Yeah being old has its perks, but I miss my old friends, and the way the **** used to be I wanna start again. x2 I miss, everything. I wish that you could. Take me back to the days when school wasn't a chore. Now I have to play hookie to hide from the things that I used to not want to ignore. Take me back to, the world that I knew before, the love was taken. Another smile drop, listen while time stops now.... I can't stand growing up, I'm going too fast. Well just a second I miss my past. Yeah being old has its perks, but I miss my old friends, and the way the **** used to be I wanna start again. x2 Take me back to the days when I hated to fall asleep. If I could I know I would spend a day under my sheets. Take me back to the life, when I can know myself again. I wish I could, I wish I could, but I can't.
Plug in Stereo's newest release "Plans"! This song is available for download from itunes for $0.99 go check it out! I do not own any rights to this song, all credit goes to Plug in Stereo and Triple Crown Records
http://theproaudiofiles.com // Ian Vargo walks you through using the Shadow Hills Mastering Compressor and Manley Massive Passive to get a closer, more intimate sounding mix. // Learn more from Ian Vargo in his debut course ➥ http://masteringinthebox.com 0:44 (before) / 1:02 (after) 2:43 (Shadow Hills Mastering Compressor) and 4:27 (Manley Massive Passive) Kris Alberts: https://www.facebook.com/KrisAlbertsOfficial/ — Transcript excerpt: Greetings! My name is Ian Vargo, I'm with The Pro Audio Files, and today, I'm going to be showing you a couple of tools and techniques that can help you achieve mixes that sound closer, more in your face, and up front. The track I'm going to be using is Christmas Time with Me by Kris Alberts. Make sure to check her out on Facebook. Now, you don't always want to achieve mixes that sound really close and intimate and in your face, but in this case, because it's this very bouncy pop song, that is definitely what the artist wanted, and what I was going for. Specifically, the Shadow Hills mastering compressor and the Manley Massive Passive from Universal Audio, which are both emulations of actual hardware units, did the job. Let's go ahead and take a listen with them bypassed. [mix with plugins bypassed] Alright. Let's make them active and take a listen. [mix with plugins active] Alright. Definitely a big difference there. We hear the drums are closer, we hear the vocal is closer, and the guitars are nice and sitting in a good spot to the left and right, and I credit a lot of the up-frontness to the Shadow Hills mastering compressor. One of the great things about this compressor is that it is essentially two compressors in one. We have an Optical, and a Discreet, and I find that the Optical is really great for overall leveling of dynamics, and the Discreet is more for fine tuning, as you will see here, for the Discreet section, we have control over the ratio, the attack, which I have set to slow in this case, because I didn't want to crush the transients, recover, which is another way of saying release, is set to pretty fast, which helps out with that intensity and closeness, and we also have three controls here – Nickel, Iron, and Steel, which represent types of transformers. Nickel, which is subtle in coloration, Iron, moderate, and Steel, which is somewhat colored. So we also have a side-chain control. Choice over choosing dual-mono or stereo, and options to have our meters set to the optical, discreet, or main output. Once again, let's take a listen to the last chorus without the Shadow Hills. [mix] And if you'll note, I have the threshold set so I'm not really doing more than 1dB of gain reduction at any time. So I'm not really crushing this, but I am using a good amount of make-up gain from the optical and discreet sections of this plug-in. Next, let's move to the Manley Massive Passive. We have four bands here: low, low-mid, high-mid, and highs, and controls over boost or cut, and shelf or bell. In this case, I'm boosting in the lows, cutting in the low mids, boosting with a bell in the high-mids, and a shelf boost with the highs. Okay. So I am only doing about four dB of boosting at – you'll see here, 47Hz. I am cutting at roughly 600Hz. Once again, about 4dB. I am boosting about 6dB – a good amount – at 10kHz, which I find adds some really nice air and clarity, and I am also boosting at 27kHz. Really opens up the mix, this plug-in. I also have a little technique going on here where I have a low-pass filter that is engaged in the verses only. So, I wanted the verses to have more of a vintage sound, and I wanted that to go away when the choruses came in and opened up a lot. Let's take a listen to that and pay attention to the automation here on the low-pass. [mix] I find that it really just helps with the clarity, and in fact, makes the space a little bit more interesting and defined. In fact, I've started to use this plug-in as an alternative to spatialization plug-ins like stereo exciters, because I find I can do the same thing with this Manley.
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