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Rough Mix- Folk Guitar and singer
Old 18th July 2005
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Rough Mix- Folk Guitar and singer

Guys, please take a listen to this.... honest opinons only..!

All done live... 4 mics/ 4 channels- 1 take - rough mix..

Vocal- TLM 103- GR MP2NV- Distressor - up the middle
Guitar 1 - Acoustic pickup- API Hi-z input.. Panned hard Left
Guitar 2- Royer 122- Over the Shoulder- API -Phase reversed - EL Fatso Panned hard right...

Room mic - sm57 - GR MP2NV - Squashed with fatso channel 2 - Panned right ..

Recorded to Radar 24 at - 24/44.1

NO EQ..
Pushed thru a Rolls fulcrom- then to GReat river- Finally to Fatso for some mild Mixdown processing.
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Old 18th July 2005
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The guitar sound too DI'd - can't you bring in the shoulder mic more? I think the sound is a little to dry for my taste, I would like some room feel and excitement.

I think the guitar to the left is too compressed, don't like the sound.
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I can do that with the Other guitar mic .. Cant bring up too much more of the room sound though... Because of the hiss going on there.. Maybe I will add in some reverb/delay ....


Otherwise, what did you think?
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I missed some excitement and vibe!
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Anyone else interested in Commenting..?

Thanks guys..
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Also, I did the rough mix on my headphones... It is missing something through my regular PC speakers, but sounds wider in the headphones..
Old 19th July 2005 | Show parent
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Even though you may have some hiss from the room-mic track, you might be able to get by boosting this level just a little to add depth to the guitars and mitigate the too-DI'd sound without getting too much hiss. Just a thought. Good luck.
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Acoustic guitar has too much direct sound, much to clean for this type of music, (or any style IMO), also way too much compression all around.
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