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Good Tiger stems

Discussion in 'Practice Room' started by Daniel Ortega, Jun 10, 2016.

  1. Daniel Ortega

    Daniel Ortega New Metal Member

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    Hi guys, this is my first time posting here, this is a cover I made a cover of the band Good tiger, the song was snake oil, you can find the raw file in the description of the video, thanks for reading this and I hope some one practice with them.
     
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    Einander Knecht

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    Pretty good mix! Nice guitar tone, maybe needs a little more support from bass. Shells, because its a drum machine, sounds a bit fake, so try to put them down a db, to make them sit there better. But really, really good vibe in there!
     
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  3. Nikolas Quemtri

    Nikolas Quemtri Mix 'em all!

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    Hey, cool mix! Thanx for sharing! :kickass:
     
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    Plopi New Metal Member

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    Thank you so much! The mix sounds really good but like they said before, maybe it needs more Bass and maybe you should put delay/reverb to the guitars in the bridge of the song to make them smoother but overall it sounds nice!
     
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    Thanks for the neat stems man. Put this togethor today using nolly's new "Getgood drums" sample pack

    Didn't go for an exact copy of the original mix, tried some brighter guitars and more agressive sound on the gritbass track.

    Only negative thing i can say about the stems is the bass has a pretty bad buzzing issue in the signal and a couple incorrect notes.
     
  6. Eleven:Eleven Studios

    Eleven:Eleven Studios New Metal Member

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    What was the recording chain on the guitars? They sound great.
     
  7. ButtonMasher

    ButtonMasher New Metal Member

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    I have a few questions...
    Could someone tell me what key this is in?
    Where I can find a cheap MIDI version of at least the bass and guitar stems?
    Could I get Good Tiger directly involved?

    Why?

    1.) I'm currently attempting a mixdown / cover of this song myself, but not exactly using the same ways as you may expect.
    2.) I am considering maybe taking this in a more symphonic route. In order to have an orchestra in the background to accompany the song, I need to know (at a minimum) the exact chord progressions. Best case scenario for me would be the full MIDI broken down per stem.
     
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