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Guitars recorded with reel amp - Need criticism!

Discussion in 'Production' started by AntonFranzon, Jun 25, 2013.

  1. AntonFranzon

    AntonFranzon Member

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    Guitars recorded - Orange Jim Roots amp - Orange 4x12 cab - Sm57
    This is one song of my bands upcoming EP, so we're going to record some vocals and re-master it very soon.
    I'm going to work with the EQing when the vocals are recorded so I can mix them smooooooooth :kickass:
    What do you think of the mix/guitar tone so far?
     
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  2. benjy

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    Tone is fine but the guitar is a bit weak. Have you recorded bass? No to be a dick but your kick is absolute shit. That is what really needs the most work but I like the guitar tone. I think if you beef it up and get a better kick with some more low end it will be pretty rad. I like the song btw.
     
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    In my opinion the whole mix (Especially the guitars) sound really scooped and the drums sound like a superior drummer preset. The second one has a really unpleasant fizz in the guitars, the kick is improved in the second but there is a dangerous low end in there, just be careful how low you are boosting. Good start but need some TLC.
     
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    The first one sounds thin and artificial.
     

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