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Discussion in 'Practice Room' started by XxRobbieChaosxX, Jul 21, 2011.

  1. XxRobbieChaosxX

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    Band's name is Coralise, they're a local band around here.
    I liked working with them a lot, and they're the only band who i actually went out to their EP release show. :p

    Hows the mix sounding overall?

    and if anyone wants their whole EP;

    http://dl.dropbox.com/u/1317792/Coralise/Coralise.zip

    Anything you think i should have approached differently with their mix?
    Anything i should have Eq'd but didn't?
    Compressor/Limiter advice?
     
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    ScottCash Huge Member

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    Surprised no one has commented on this yet but this sounds great to me. What did you use for the snare? Chain? really like it! Nice work!
     
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    Mix is pretty good haha, now I'm far worse at mixing and at the moment I'm listening to this with a headphone but it's kind of a wall of sound, the guitars, a bit chaotic. The rhythm and lead-ish (melody) are like "inside" each other, dunno, it's a bit muddy I guess. But for the rest it's cool. :)
     
  4. oroinvictus

    oroinvictus dangert billy

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    I can tell you right now that it's snare 12A. Mix as a whole sounds good, but the guitars don't sound as wide as they should to me, and everything sounds pretty muffled and muddy, especially the guitars.
     
  5. XxRobbieChaosxX

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    Thanks man! And yeah, Oroinvictus guessed it ;P 12a! blended some real snare and a tiny bit of Superior.



    Any ideas about getting the guitars less muddy?

    and just curious for anyone, what are methods of giving the guitars a really thick/chunky attack?
    or just that more chunky djenty feel in general.
     
  6. oroinvictus

    oroinvictus dangert billy

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    I would give the guitars a boost in the high-end to help with the muffle, and a small reduction in low-end, scoop out some mids and compress them a bit if you wanted a more 'djenty'-style tone.
     
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    Should I know what snare 12A is?
     
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    You should mr Cash! haha.. i think it's from the slate samples.

    Good mix btw, could use some less muddy guitars as has been indicated by previous posters.
     
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    Mago Austrian Blech Machine

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    ^yeah slate samples it is indeed

    I also agree on the overall muddyness.
    Also a lot of clipping going on! ~0:30 for example
     

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