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Does this sound heavy enough?

Discussion in 'Practice Room' started by Nikolas Quemtri, Apr 5, 2017.

  1. Nikolas Quemtri

    Nikolas Quemtri Mix 'em all!

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    What do you think, mates?

    Check the video description, if you'd like to mix this cover too.
     
  2. Lupus1984

    Lupus1984 https://soundcloud.com/xenotype-mixing

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  3. MentalMikey

    MentalMikey New Metal Member

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    Is this a joke? :p
    That is C-130 hercules style heavy as fuck mate :O
     
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    Good mix, man! Don't like much such kind of sound(and music lol), but yep, it's still sounds heavy. The only thing I would like to change is your Slate style snare sound, it's fat and cool, but it was more suitable in 2012-2014, but in 2017 it sounds a little bit archaic imo
     
  5. the1984

    the1984 New Metal Member

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    Agreed, mix sounds pretty heavy, but I think the guitars could sound bigger / wider / more brutal overall....possibly even the whole mix. Low-end is good though, which is the toughest thing to get right; especially with such low-tuned music.

    Biggest qualm is the Kick 10 / Snare 12a Slate style drum sound as noted above...!

    GJ tho man!!
     
  6. McGarnacle

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    Just curious as to what would be a good example of a snare that is better suited and is more a 2017 sound.
     
  7. Heabow

    Heabow More cowbell!

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    Usually not my kind of music/production but you did a very good job man! Love how the guitars and the bass blend together. I'd bring up those guitars and make the snare less loud. Just my personal preferences tho. Good job!
     
  8. Nikolas Quemtri

    Nikolas Quemtri Mix 'em all!

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    Guys, thank you much for the feedback!
    BTW, that's not an SSD. :) But I'm quite agree, that it sounds similar.
     

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