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@Nolly: great course, really enjoyed it!
it's pretty good so far. Some things to consider:
1. Vocals need some de-essing or volume automation. ''s'' and ''t'' stick out too...
I'm going to Nashville next week, maybe some of you are up to a beer or a jam session. Or showing me your favorite spots in the city...
Done. Just because of the keytar.
really really good man!
First of all you need to make sure that all your tracks start at the same time.
maybe the last section of this video is helpful, too.
I'd try to embed the vocals more in the mix. They sit too much on top for my taste.
Lower them in volume and give them a bit of ambience/reverb...
nice mix, I'd bring up the guitars a bit to make it more powerful, vocals and drums are very dominant here. Nice effects by the way. Good work!
I own it, too. Great box!
I do every song in its own session. If I want the same settings on another song (for example the drum sound) I import session data...
start with mixing the vocals. If you feel they have a nice room, delay and sound smooth when soloed, bring up the rest of the tracks (I'd start...
Yeah B has a nice lowend, sounds really good.
maybe you can record the clean DI first, than edit it and finally reamp it with all the pedals. This way the delay for example would be in time...
B sounds a little bit nicer on the transients (especially the snare snap) to me. hard to tell which one is hardware / plugin.. I prefer B, hoping...
great trick! thanks for your input!
nice! someone around this board mentioned a trick with sidechain and pink noise to flatten the vocal performance.
In this case I guess it doesn't...