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xgabrielx 15th November 2009 04:17 PM

Metalcore / hardcore
 
Hey guys this is one of the songs of my Bands upcoming release...

Everything was tracked - produced and mixed by me
and mastered by Lasse Lammert (LSD-Studio)

Let me know what you think

cheers

http://dl.dropbox.com/u/1425397/Condemned.m4a

Mesaman88 15th November 2009 04:25 PM

Dig the recording and sound bro!

Mesaman88 22nd November 2009 04:27 AM

whoops

dwarves88 28th November 2009 07:17 AM

Nice overall mix, I especially liked the gang vocals and the spot micing on the cymbals. kfhkh

Would you be willing to share your knowledge on how to achieve that tight low end with the bass/bass drum relationship? it sounds like the bass is split in two with a low end sound mixed with a more distorted trebly sound.

Also if its not too much to ask, could you shed a light on your approach to recording/mixing gang vocals? The gang vocals you created seem too have a lot of depth while still being prominent in the mix which is something i find hard to do without sounding too forward or too far back in the mix.

Anyway enough questions, thanks for sharing your mix! cooge

xgabrielx 18th December 2009 04:30 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by dwarves88 (Post 4830193)
Nice overall mix, I especially liked the gang vocals and the spot micing on the cymbals. kfhkh

Would you be willing to share your knowledge on how to achieve that tight low end with the bass/bass drum relationship? it sounds like the bass is split in two with a low end sound mixed with a more distorted trebly sound.

Also if its not too much to ask, could you shed a light on your approach to recording/mixing gang vocals? The gang vocals you created seem too have a lot of depth while still being prominent in the mix which is something i find hard to do without sounding too forward or too far back in the mix.

Anyway enough questions, thanks for sharing your mix! cooge

You are correct on the bass!!!
I did exactly that. On the Bass-bus I made a cut around 60hz so the kickdrum has enough place in the low-end

Gang-vocals:
check this out I made this thread in another forum

how do epic gang-shouts - Ultimate Metal Forum

cheers

suiseidl 21st December 2009 11:06 AM

cant download - dead link.

xgabrielx 23rd December 2009 12:14 PM

yeah I know, label/ promo reasons you know jkthtyrt