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Is this bottom tight? Sound right?
Old 10th May 2006
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Is this bottom tight? Sound right?

Check this out and tell if you like it or not on your system.

I'm thinking I have this one very close to being kind of a "pro" rock mix. Maybe not. You tell me.

Its the "One Fine Line" song, 2nd on the list....
www.nowhereradio.com/demoking/singles

Things I know already:
Needs more kick
Less bottom snare mic (sounds too papery.. i distorted it some with VW)
Old 10th May 2006
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Quote:
Originally Posted by tubedude
I'm thinking I have this one very close to being kind of a "pro" rock mix.
I think it sounds great. Comparable to other mixes in that genre (take that as a compliment). I think a "Pro" rock mix is a subjective thing, just go for the right mix. Your right, the kick is buried, hard to hear the bass in my speakers also.....but overall great job.

BTW, what is VW?
Old 10th May 2006
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Sounds a bit harsh in the upper mids here, beside that I think it's fine.

Andreas
Old 10th May 2006
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Quote:
Originally Posted by flail19
I think it sounds great. Comparable to other mixes in that genre (take that as a compliment). I think a "Pro" rock mix is a subjective thing, just go for the right mix. Your right, the kick is buried, hard to hear the bass in my speakers also.....but overall great job.

BTW, what is VW?
Thanks guys. I'm on track then for a first run mix I hope.
VW = Vintage Warmer
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