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Days On Juno - Colours (Pop Rock)

Discussion in 'Practice Room' started by cobhc, Jun 14, 2015.

  1. cobhc

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    I think its way to much bass and the vocals are a bit thin in my opinion. but i'm not a pro :D

    Here is my headphone go, maybe some advice for me?
     
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    The other 2 mixes are not bad at all, I just prefer to smooth over the mids more and aim for a tad more bass, but honestly guys they are not bad just bring the vox up more!
     
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    Boss reverb on the snare :) Joking aside its cool just back of the reverb for a more modern mix.
     
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    There is no reverb except for maybe the toms, it must be the buss compressor.
     
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    Ahh you squishing it big style I see! I tend to use little amounts and saturation and distortion for the rest. Honestly use thats distortion in little bits in different ways. My mix was only thrown together quick, no reverb on vox for example but it could do with some.
     

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