Originally Posted by twarrenl
Panning the bass and snare are certainly unconventional ways of working. Is this your intention? It tends to leave the listener feeling a little lop-sided, and when playing back in a bar or club you might find one side of the room missing bass or snare. The vocals have alot of cool effects on them but there are random shreaks on the esses from all the processing that hit in (maybe 10k?).
Nice vibe though. Dig the groove.
Yeah I know absolutely nothing about the art of panning. Just got my first book from the library today on mixing and mastering techniques. Everything so far has just been by ear and instinct. Not sure how to get rid of the essing problem other than by playing with the filters on the mixer.