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Unclenny 16th November 2009 08:03 PM

RenEQ........stereo link disengaged
 
I tracked two very different electric guits the other day....just foolin' around. I liked them so much, though, that I bounced them together so I could cut them up and move them around.

Now I have a song working and I need to EQ them separately. I'm thinking of slapping on RenEQ and unlinking them for individual processing.

Anybody have any words of wisdom on that specific operation? I'm a bit concerned about leaving phasing artifacts.

FBM 16th November 2009 08:08 PM

I would make them both mono. Use the renaissance mono eq on the two individually . Place them both on a buss or group channel with a stereo re-verb. And pan them till they fit in the mix.

Or send left and right to separate channels for eq one mono left one mono right.


Greetings David

Unclenny 16th November 2009 09:50 PM

Thanks, David.

Hmmmm......problem with that is that I tracked the individual guits in stereo.....each to two separate mono tracks and them panned them 'creatively' (not hard panned) before the bounce. So now I have a stereo track with lots of information from both guitars that is spread out a bit.....predominantly, though, on one side or the other.

This is what happens when we experiment, right?diddlydoo

Just checking to see if anybody has gone down this path. I feel more experimentation coming on tonight. I'll try to get these tracks back to mono.....see if I can get myself painted completely into the corner.cooge

Unclenny 17th November 2009 12:35 PM

So........EQ'd each side of the track radically different and It sounds pretty good.

On to the next mad science audio experiment.cooge