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DRUMFORGE in my mix

Discussion in 'Practice Room' started by guryabmx, Aug 11, 2014.

  1. guryabmx

    guryabmx Mixing engineer, sound produce - GuryaRecords

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    what do you think about my mixing?
     
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  2. inertia

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    I think such a general question will illicit very little response or a plethora of "needs more bass", "snare needs to be punchier" plus a million other subjective viewpoints by people who like their mix completley different from each other. What do you think about your mix? Does it compare to the records you normally listen to? Does it check all the boxes you like to hear in your mix? Don't forget that everyone here is a "producer" too ;)

    To answer your question : your mix sounds fine. I can hear the elements. Does the song or sound inspire me? No. I hate listening to a thousand different instrumental melodic chug mixes.
     
  3. UncleBob

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    guitars are too loud
     
  4. MondoLikeMetal

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    I would add that there is too much reverb on the drums
     

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