“Way Maker” by Sinach: Audio Production Review by T-Beiz

Sinach Way Maker

Audio Production Review by T-Beiz “Way Maker” by Sinach

Genre: Contemporary Worship Music
Song structure:
Intro->Verse 1->Chorus -> Verse 2 ->Chorus -> Bridge-> Chorus-> Outro
Energy: Well Spread and even energy across verses and Choruses
Loudness: -7 LUFs
Tempo: 132 bpm
Instrumental
Bass: Walking bass line with good rhtym
Percussion: some sounds of conga, shakers, chimes etc
Drums: Constant controlling basic Kick ,well placed rolls,cymbals and crashes.
Keys: Distinct sweet Piano, leading the song
Strings: Violin,viola , cello; soft, backing the song at the needed places
Synth: N/A
Brass: N/A
Artificial Sounds, Fx: Possibly some rising sounds, and others

Vocal
Main Vocals:
Sinach’s voice: audible and clean

Backup Vox’s
Back up vocals: surprisingly no backup vocals
Adlibs well placed at needed areas

Mix
Compression : Song and instruments appears slightly compressed having some headroom
EQ:
0-100 hz : Obvious rise/boost. Little conflict between the kick and bass. Punchy rise in some areas ( especially when the kick and bass come in)
100hz- 500hz: Dominant rise in this frequency range
500hz- 2Khz: Quite a number of mid instruments. Normal peaks within this area
2khz -5 Khz : Well filtered peaks
5khz- 20Khz: Tapered off high frequencies here
Reverb: Smooth
Delay: reeling equalized effect , sweetly heard in parts of the chorus
Stereo/Pan effects : Good balance of stereo effects

Mastering
Mastering dynamics : Solid
Multiband dynamics : Bass , Mids , Tops balanced
Clipping and Distortion: Happy Meters here, though not available to be pushed through 3db

T-beiz , @tbeiz on all platforms
Producer for Dakdak studios

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