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Old 4 weeks ago
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Cold mixes?

we always talk about warmth in a mix but what is a cold mix? post examples / discuss.
Old 3 weeks ago
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we always talk about warmth in a mix but what is a cold mix? post examples / discuss.
Who ever told you about cold mixes? Ware did you hear that term? I would refer to those persons.
Or are you just playing the opposite game, meaning there are warm mixes, so there must be cold mixes. If that is it.

Sorry i cant help as i never hear the term cold mix
Old 3 weeks ago
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Who ever told you about cold mixes? Ware did you hear that term? I would refer to those persons.
Or are you just playing the opposite game, meaning there are warm mixes, so there must be cold mixes. If that is it.

Sorry i cant help as i never hear the term cold mix
ya just playing with opposites
Old 3 weeks ago
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terms.......

I think most people would decribe a mix with a slightly increased but not washed low/lowmid range and without harsh high freqencies as a 'warm' mix you can do a search for songs that doesn't have these characteristics.

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Old 3 weeks ago
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we always talk about warmth in a mix but what is a cold mix? post examples / discuss.
cold would be something recorded with a behringer interface
Old 3 weeks ago
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I would consider this a "cold sounding" mix, but it was on purpose.

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Oh dear...

Old 3 weeks ago
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cold would be something recorded with a behringer interface
well I guess some will tell you that it's a cold mix if it's recorded with any interface and that a 'warm' mix can only produced by recording on tape

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well I guess some will tell you that it's a cold mix if it's recorded with any interface and that a 'warm' mix can only produced by recording on tape

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Old 3 weeks ago
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I would consider this a "cold sounding" mix, but it was on purpose.

yes this is very ****ing cold. i like.

what makes it cold?
Old 3 weeks ago
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no one tryna hear this bruh lmao
Old 3 weeks ago
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Doesn't get better in that department than Martin Hannett's work with Joy Division: 'cold'.. 'alien'.. genius!

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Doesn't get better in that department than Martin Hannett's work with Joy Division: 'cold'.. 'alien'.. genius!

what in ur opinion makes a mix cold?
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