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MIXING TIME, SONG2: DI and Midi inside.

Discussion in 'Practice Room' started by Ola Englund, Jan 13, 2010.

  1. Ola Englund

    Ola Englund Only gay in the village

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    So now that I've heard so many versions of my other song I posted earlier, here is another song. I've posted a Youtube clip of it couple of weeks back so some of you might have heard the song.

    This time around though I would like you NOT to change the drums or anything that changes the song completly. And if you want to use the mix somewhere please send a PM to me.

    And for the sport it would be nice that you do your own drums and not borrow someone elses backing track. In the last song many of you used Ermz backing track, every mix sounded the same(Note to Ermz, backing track was awesome btw) with it.

    I'm posting my video if you want to hear my mix of the song. The DI are recorded with video so as with the other song there might be a bit off at some places(and some mistakes aswell).

    Here is the download link with the files:
    http://dl.dropbox.com/u/3423189/Goddamn-55.zip

    Info: 99BPM 6/8

    And here is the video of the song:


    EDIT: heard now that there is a cut left from the video I did. I cut the guitars(around 0:58 in the video) to make a pitch down sound in the break. Unfortunatly I forgot to restore that cut and it ended up in the bounced files. Just put a fast fade on that part :D
     
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  2. AudioPhile777

    AudioPhile777 Mathew Cohen

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    O_O

    downloading now.
     
  3. Frankzappa

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    What pickups and string gauge are you using? What DI box? How thick is the pick you are using? How hard are you hitting, hard as hell or are you more of a "sträng smekare"?

    I would be thankful if you answered all my questions because with your DI's it's rediculously easy to make a huge tone ;)
     
  4. muckypup1

    muckypup1 Sinister Haven \m/

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    ^^^ Same here :D

    Also, I will download soon, I want to have a go at this.
     
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    Guess I'll be first, then.

    Edit:
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    Oh.... my.... goodness...


    DOWNLOADIN'!!!
     
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    AudioPhile777 Mathew Cohen

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    Hmm, i like bass-heavy mixes and this one is too bass-heavy for even me.
     
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    Morgan C MAX LOUD PRESETS¯\(°_o)/¯

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    :( I want to do something really dirty for this but all I have is Slate drums. :(
     
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    slap some Izotope trash or Vinyl plugs on those slates
     
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  13. Ola Englund

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    Hmm the solo files and the rest of the song is not in the right place in your mix. Did you align them right or is it me that bounced wrong.
     
  14. Ola Englund

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    Same thing here, the solos and cleans are off from the rest.

    Can someone confirm this and I'll redo the bouncing.
     
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    Ola the DI tracks are fine, all are the same length at 24/44.1

    The MIDI tracks have some interesting mapping (120 bpm then 99 bpm shortly afterwards in both files) but removing the tempo map and setting everything to 99 worked for me.

    I'll post up my mix tomorrow!
     
  16. Ola Englund

    Ola Englund Only gay in the village

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    Thanks for checking it out.
     
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    Thanks heaps for this man. Very cool song to work with.


    I'll post something soon when I get stuck :lol:
     
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  19. Ola Englund

    Ola Englund Only gay in the village

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    Ibanez stock V8 on the rhythms. String gauge 60-12(which is kind of thin in this Bb tuning, but I've got a couple of those sets left before buying thicker).
    No DI box, just the instrument input on Apogee One. I use dunlop sharp 1.5 picks. I'm hitting pretty hard but not metal-only-down-strokes-hard. But I'm definetly NOT a strängsmekare :D
     
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