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Discussion in 'F.O.H.' started by Kelle666, Jan 24, 2009.
update 2: http://www.soundclick.com/bands/default.cfm?bandID=848954&content=songinfo&songID=7274125
Did someone request raw with feedback?www.sendspace.com/file/4vfyei
Finally checked this with monitors, and had to correct some levels and eq,
here's the better version :
I'll give it a wirl today!
Same here.. love the tune!
For sure, I look forward to your mixes. There's been some really cool takes on the track here. It's always great to see such a turn out and so many people mixing.
I'm hoping to get mine done eventually, but we have a week of constant 43 to 45 degree (celsius) weather here in Melb along with paid work I have to do as well so it's not looking good... real cool track though and would be nice to tighten up and finish. I'm just a bit lazy when it comes to having to edit drums out this much.. they really don't groove as much as they should, so they have to be edited to sit closer to the pocket.
Heres my take ...
reverse vocal reverb ago-go.
nice track lads.
Ahh, crap, clicked the wrong thread. Nonetheless, I'll be giving this one a go, too!
my little bassy-ballsy mix - http://www.sendspace.com/file/w9ihip
didn't really like guitar tones, was trying to reduce some high-end harshness, replaced kick and snare (but didn't edit drums so there is some wrong snare hits))
how bad is it?)
^ Hah, I knew this mix is one of the best before I even heard it
Thanks Shadow. That's a great compliment!
I'm not sure I dig the kick all that much and there's a few issues here and there (clicks, misplaced hits...). But I like the dryness of it.
jup, good mix burny! not to fond of the snare though..
Here is a fancy version with reverb and stuff. www.sendspace.com/file/t2pfjd'
DAMN! How the hell did you manage to get those guitars and bass to sound like THAT! notworthy
Here is my version:
as their are a lot of great mixes,
maybe we should start sharing our differnt mixing and mastering
approaches here ?
slighty updated my mix/master :
some notes on my mix/master:
i only used 2 (the guitar with more presence, one of them sounded too muffled) panned hard l / r, 1 guitar is heavily compressed and stays center. liked that sound.
i did 4 additional copies of the vocal track, panning hard L and R, pitch shifitng the left one 50 cents up, the right side 50 cents down + low cutting those additional tracks at 700 hz, highpassing at 3 k.
my kick sample is a custom one , the snare sample is a custom one as well, but its too static as it only has 2 different layers, machine gun like..., i'm about to get slate 3.0 though. gonna update my mix then.
mastering i went for a standard squashed, not too loud (-8.5 db rms), i figured out my mix sounded more hifi than a lot of the other mixes...
anyone consider this a bad thing? i liked it a lot for that song :-D
@ freddrik: nice samples. is that slate 2.0?
I did some quantizing today and also a few other changes:
Wonderful mix freddrik. What did you do to these guitars ?