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Discussion in 'Practice Room' started by jeid, Feb 9, 2013.

  1. jeid

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    Not to be taken seriously.. you'll understand when you hear the lyrics.

    Drums are samples blended on the kick/snare. A lot more of the real drums than on any previous mix that I've ever done.
    Bass is DI with a copy of the DI into the Sansamp plugin on Pro Tools.
    Guitars are JVM into impulses.
    Vocals are voice into Shure SM7B.

    We tracked the drums in the gallery of the local museum. My girlfriend works there and she suggested me used the place as there was no displays on at the time. Good guy! Nice sounding Tama kit too.

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    The band are local and they write songs about big vaginas, knob cheese, old pop stars and their favourite(not) DJ's.

    http://dl.dropbox.com/u/3526809/Smegma Mix1.mp3

    Any feedback, positive or negative is more than welcome. Not posted a mix in a while, so some feedback would be nice :)
     
  2. Strachan of D

    Strachan of D resident dyslexic

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    link doesn't work man.
     
  3. jeid

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  4. Strachan of D

    Strachan of D resident dyslexic

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    you have harvested the cheese and gobbled the ham here . sounding awesome man
     
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    hey great mix man! what impulses r u using with the jvm? is it 2 tracks? really diggin the tone!
     
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    this shit is right up my street.

    nice mix bro
     
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    sounds great!
     
  8. jeid

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    Thanks for the comments guys. Quite happy with how they've turned out. There's another 3 tracks of this band's stuff.

    The JVM was dual tracked yeah. Boosted with a Maxon OD808 into one of the Catharsis impulses S-Pres 8 to be precise.
     
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    what load box are you using
     
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    It's a JVM, it doesn't need a load box
     
  11. Morgan C

    Morgan C MAX LOUD PRESETS¯\(°_o)/¯

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    Sounds pretty killer, great guitars. I'm not such a fan of the snare though. Maybe some more ring, or some more bottom mic?
     
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    Thanks Morgan. The drummer has a pretty odd snare sound, he has it dampened with an o-ring at all times. We wanted to keep as much of the original snare sound as possible and this is actually pretty close to how it sounds in the room. The snare has a couple of the CLA samples blended it behind the original snare, but it's only to keep things consistent.

    Cheers for listening and commenting :)
     

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