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Djentcore mix. Hows the guitar tone m80s?

Discussion in 'Practice Room' started by ToneAddict, Aug 14, 2015.

  1. ToneAddict

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    I'd appreciate some feedback on the guitar tone. I'm getting close but it still sounds a bit off. Thanks :Spin:

     
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    Sounds fine to me mate. The whole mix sounds a little odd though, like there's stereo widening on it or something?
     
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    ^ Agreed with this guy, but holy shit that kick is mind-blowingly loud

    ...I fucking love it
     
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    I did have a little stereo widener going through Ozone 6 but it never went below 0 on it's phase correlation, but you never know... Anyways, here it is without the widener and mixed a tiny bit more. [SOUNDCLOUD]https://soundcloud.com/recordingmf[/SOUNDCLOUD]
     
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    Nikolas Quemtri Mix 'em all!

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    I'd also recommend to take off the compression a bit on the cymbals in order to make them more readable and less noisy.
    The guitars and bass sound great, BTW! :kickass:
     
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    Mix still sounds really odd... HUGE but lacking clarity and just I dunno, phased oddly or something, can't put a finger on it. Perhaps one of the reverb fx is making a strange stereo field or something?
     
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    barricade Giggity Geschmougen

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    A little overcompressed but it sounds great... it has its own flavour... Don't go for the typical sound! Stay at your sound. It has much character... character > polished sound any day!
     
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    ^What he said

    I actually really like that oddness, it's weird, but it gives it alot of air and atmosphere. It sounds huge dude.

    Btw, my guess for what makes it kinda weird is some kinda masterbus reverb somewhere. Maybe in Ozone?

    But this was about the guitar tone - normally I'd say to give a tiny treble boost to give it more bite, but inside the mix the way you mix your other instruments, it doesnt need anything, it sounds cool as hell!
     

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