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Feeble attempt at doing a Bergstrand mix (Soilwork)

Discussion in 'Practice Room' started by Terminus, Aug 6, 2015.

  1. Terminus

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    Cool! What are you using for the Guitar sound and what synth stuff are you using?


    Chris
     
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    Well tell me what I am doing wrong and I'll tell you what I used.;)
     
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    The core guitar tone sounds really good but your mix is terrible. It's too lofi and muddy...you need to get more high end on everything. I can also hear unwanted artefacts somewhere.

    It's not a disaster and i am sure you can remedy it but go back to basics and start low cutting everything with an EQ and get a decent drum sound before you bring everything up.
     
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    Ok gotcha. I recorded and mixed it a few hours so it's no wonder it's terrible. I actually matched the guitar up to the album with eq so that might be why it's faring better in your opinion. I really gotta ditch AD2! I can't get a decent sound out of it to save my life!
     
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    It wasn't the EQ on the guitar that piqued my interest but the core tone.

    Have a listen to my EP in my signature and if you are interested in the sounds there I'll be happy to give some tips. I know it's chalk and cheese in musical style but the principles are the same.
     

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