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Discussion in 'F.O.H.' started by Daunt, Dec 10, 2007.

  1. sexan

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    Your guides are amazing, they really helped me alote and improve my mixes! it would be great to have reverb guide!! p.s this forum rox!
     
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    Awesome and useful stuff. Keep them comeing please.
     
  3. Daunt

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    Thanks guys! I haven't have the time to write any new guides due to our studio construction. When the studio is finished, I can take some photos of the different recording techniques etc. Maybe even sound samples!
     
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    Thanks for all you have done so far... it's really helpfull and really easy to read and understand.
    I would like to see your guides stickied.
     
  5. Deus.exe

    Deus.exe BBQ!!!

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    That "Extreme Master Bus Processing" guide is pure gold! My mixes now are sounding a whole lot more beefier and more "together" sounding due to the advice given in the guide.

    I would personally like to see a Vocal processing guide if you are up for doing one more since Guitars and Drums don't really need to be touched upon in this forum.

    Keep it up!
     
  6. Metaltastic

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    Ooh yeah, I'll +1 a vocal processing guide, especially in regards to panning - I've heard all kinds of really cool pans on layered vocals/different sections, but I'm often not really sure what exactly is going on with it.
     
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    YEah VOcals i need some big help

    cover the HEAVy extreme screaming vocals

    it seems like my vocals come out to harsh and i dunno i'm struggling
     

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