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    My first venture into music editing ever....

    https://soundcloud.com/catbooks/lazy...ish-cd-version
    And of course, it's LazyTown related
    I did this in audacity in about 20 minutes using the American studio version and British TV version, any suggestions on what I could do to improve? I have done audio editing before, but never music editing.

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    Re: My first venture into music editing ever....

    Sounds pretty good, except for the person doing Stingy
    Like Toy Soliders

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    Re: My first venture into music editing ever....

    Quote Originally Posted by Stingy View Post
    Sounds pretty good, except for the person doing Stingy
    You can have your own opinions
    I grew up with that Stingy, so I prefer him. I do like the American version, but I'm used to this one, so I had to do it

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    Re: My first venture into music editing ever....

    I always wonder why you guys have different dubs for your english speaking countries (how many are out there?....Australian, Uk, US?)....we got one bloody dub over here for 3 german speaking countries even though the Germans, the Austrians and the Swiss have their own vocabulary, spelling, grammar and dialect...is it really that disturbing for an US-American listening to an UK-dub?

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    Re: My first venture into music editing ever....

    We had to listen to flemish-dutch dubs for years! that's torturing. I know how americans must feel hearing the UK dub.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LazyPooky View Post
    We had to listen to flemish-dutch dubs for years! that's torturing. I know how americans must feel hearing the UK dub.
    I know some Dutch, and the Flemish Dutch dub dosenr sound that bad to me. What's so bad about it?

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    Re: My first venture into music editing ever....

    This sounds pretty good

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