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Working on a band EP - real instruments

Discussion in 'Practice Room' started by HollowmanPL, Jun 24, 2013.

  1. HollowmanPL

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    Its pretty good! Sounds a little muddled but all in all pretty good.
     
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    i made it brighter
    thanks!
     
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    Sounds massive over here! Dat low end.....
     
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    that's good to hear. I was worried that low end is a bit out of control :p
     
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    It's tough to say. I'm only on 5" monitors and no sub.
     
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    the snare has to be more aggressive!
     
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    Yah, otherwise this mix brings the br00tz.
     
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    Hmmm my drummer doesn't hit hard maybe that's why. I don't want to use any samples to add some attack :(
     
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    Well, you got a damn good snare sound for this being all natural!!

    Maybe a bit more extreme compressor settings will help give some smack?

    Or maybe transient designer?
     
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    there're bunch of compression and trasient designer.
    I don't wont to compress more because you can already hear a crash and hihat bleed from the snare :D
     

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