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Brian Gomez - Skycity (Original mix) Ribbon Microphones
Old 14th September 2011
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Brian Gomez - Skycity (Original mix)

I just finished my newest house track and i would love to hear some opinions. Enjoy!
Brian Gomez - Skycity (Original mix) - YouTube
Old 15th September 2011
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nice track. sounds well mixed, at least on my crappy ear plugs
the chords and the main lead sound good.

i didn't like the high bell sound starting at 1:38 and the change from the chords to the lead sound at 2:10. i'd keep the chords playing as a groove element, more monotonous, in the background. and then starting the main lead with big bang, wide and open.
Old 15th September 2011
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Originally Posted by deft_bonz View Post
nice track. sounds well mixed, at least on my crappy ear plugs
the chords and the main lead sound good.

i didn't like the high bell sound starting at 1:38 and the change from the chords to the lead sound at 2:10. i'd keep the chords playing as a groove element, more monotonous, in the background. and then starting the main lead with big bang, wide and open.
Thanks for the feedback man! yeah the bell melody is abit odd, i wanted to try something different but i will keep your advice in mind
Old 16th September 2011
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your drum processing and overall mixing is pretty beefy and professional sounding. want to talk about what kind of processing you're doing and where you get your samples and that kind of stuff?
Old 18th September 2011
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your drum processing and overall mixing is pretty beefy and professional sounding. want to talk about what kind of processing you're doing and where you get your samples and that kind of stuff?
Thanks! well my mixing processing is very simple. I select my samples carefully, i always try to use those with the best quality. I always remove the unwanted frequencies with an eq and after i put a PSP vintagewarmer (adds a warm feeling to the mix). For my instruments i do the same, to get that beefy sound i layer my leads and mix every lead in a different channel adding a stereoenhacer to each one, that opens the sound and makes it wide
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