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Please give a listen and give some tips on mixing it better
Old 14th September 2006
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Please give a listen and give some tips on mixing it better

http://www.soundclick.com/bands/page...?bandID=516588

please read lyrics/story for what I did and why sucks a little more than it should.
In the mix I used sends for reverb the snare. The Delay on the lead guitar, was supplied by my guitar pedal, I used a Shure beta 57a to record -5-6 months ago... yikes! The Master fader had the digirack III limiter ( gentle limiter) and the powR noise shape 3. Well, that is it! THe rest just "trying" pan manually and using automations and mixing levels. I basically re-did this to get my hands dirty in midi programming. Let me know how bad it is in a nice way, please.
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Old 14th September 2006
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Oh yeah, the tune is Crazy Blues Jam , sorry
Old 15th September 2006
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Old 15th September 2006
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Make the rythm guitar stereo, or pan the lead left. Kill the auto-pan in the beginning. Kill some of the drum room sound (I love room tone, but it's too much). Add in a little OH's, and try to gell the kit better.

Turn up the bass a db, and cut some 250hz on it.
Old 15th September 2006
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Hey thanks ! I did what you said and bounced another mp3 and re uploaded it. Take a listen and tell if it worked out better?

BTW when I finished the submix, I bounced at 24 bit to multimono. THen I created a new session, imported the bounced session, created a master track, inserted the massey mastering limiter (last time I used the digi compressor/limiter)and last I insert powR to 16bit. Does that sound right? Was it good to bounced the submix as I did and make the new session for the master fader? Is that what you folks do?
Old 17th September 2006
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Randy, did you listen yet?
Old 18th September 2006
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Quote:
Originally Posted by fuzzface777 View Post
Randy, did you listen yet?
Haven't been able to log on here for a few days.

Sounds a lot better IMO. Still dosen't seem to "glue", but **** happens.

I don't bounce and do new sessions. I get everything the way I like it in the mix session, then record the audio to a new stereo track, in that same session. I'll then export the audio to whatever I need it to be.
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