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Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by GearMan2point0, May 26, 2012.

  1. GearMan2point0

    GearMan2point0 Musician/Engineer

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    oroinvictus dangert billy

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    Sounds pretty good to me, but what counts is how they'll sit in a whole mix.
     
  3. Evilcleatus

    Evilcleatus That's What She Said

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    I personally think there's too much room going on. But it's just a preference thing. The levels all sound nice. If this were more of a Rock or Indie type song then I'd go for this much room maybe....but for metal I just feel like you'll be disappointed when you get a full mix. The clarity will hurt. Just my opinion. Mine may always be too dry. Who knows. haha
     
  4. GearMan2point0

    GearMan2point0 Musician/Engineer

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    I was thinking about taking the room, and rolling off a little more (hpf) The room behind the kick is making the kick flubby at the faster parts. May cause inaudible articulations during the breakdowns. (btw this is my bands music, I am the drummer!)
     
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    Evilcleatus That's What She Said

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    Sounds like a good idea to try the HPF
     
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    how did you process kick/snare?
    sounds very good to me ;)
     
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    is the 11a snare in ssd ex??
     

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