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2 guitars low tune together challenge

Discussion in 'Practice Room' started by aureliouch, Jul 6, 2011.

  1. aureliouch

    aureliouch New Metal Member

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    Hi, i'm having some problems to mix this song, because when the second guitar begins all the mix sound like crap and mess!
    I've tried EQ and compression but my results are not satisfaction... what i have to do???
    Follow Link to tracks (2 rythym and 2 Lead guitars L/R inserts with Amplitube, Drum is BFD a little bit mixed):

    http://www.4shared.com/file/oCmqt4J6/Metal_mix_Help.html


    COMPLETE SEPARETED TRACKS in .WAV (all drums tracks and guitar tracks):
    http://www.4shared.com/file/sEp7DJoT/Metal_mix_problematic_track_by.html

    If someone can help-me, i really appreciate
     
  2. aureliouch

    aureliouch New Metal Member

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    Anybody??!?!
     
  3. Ollie_H

    Ollie_H Member

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    any chance you could put an mp3 on dropbox or soundcloud? I think more people would have a look then

    and wait more than 38 minutes for a reply, this isnt a chatroom :p
     
  4. aureliouch

    aureliouch New Metal Member

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    Rythym Gtr


    Lead Gtr


    Drums



    ALL TOGETHER (WITHOUT GUITAR MIX):
     
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  5. aureliouch

    aureliouch New Metal Member

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    sorry man, i've had some problems with posts all this parts in soundclound! But now, its ok!!! Help me with this mix please!!!
     
  6. Scott Horner

    Scott Horner Scottimus Maximus

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    The problem is the playing needs to be tight in order for the track to sound tight. No amount of EQ or compression is going to fix sloppy playing. I apologize if that sounds harsh. It will be especially obvious when playing alongside drums that are programmed perfectly to the grid. Your best bet is to practice, practice, practice and record until you get the perfect take, then worry about the EQ and compression. Hope this helps.
     
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    ^^^^ THIS
     
  8. Rob Logic

    Rob Logic yayyyyyy!

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    Nothing seems to relevant between the rhythm part or lead part. Neither complement the other one at all. Also the "lead" part is more or less within the same octave as what is going on with the rhythms. Too similar. Usually a lead is going to add some more voicing and be a little bit more melodic than rhythmic (that part you have).
     
  9. aureliouch

    aureliouch New Metal Member

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    Thanks guys! The tempo of this part is very difficult to me follow... i'll try to be better!!!
     

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