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Heavy Mix (Omnisphere, Chango & Sturgis Samples, UAD Nigel, Pod Farm)

Discussion in 'Practice Room' started by Riot Studios, Sep 6, 2013.

  1. Riot Studios

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    Hey Let me know what you guys think.

    i know i gotta fix the bass drops and the toms...i forgot to edit them before i uploaded the clip. The master sucks but let me know if there's anything else i can do.

    cheers! :headbang::kickass:

     
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    You seem to hit every Joey buzzword in one title. Sounds like you are trying to replicate something like Oceano. I dig the drums for the most part, the whole mix has quiet a loose buildup in the low end though

    Also, hello New Jersey!
     
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    NJ woooo! And what exactly do u mean by loose buildup?
     
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    Wooo! As in their are too many instruments clashing in the low end. Loose describing that it's very dynamic sounding (very quiet and then loud etc)
     
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    yeah...hmmm should i use some C4 on the mastering chain to even the lows a little? or should i go over every instrument and fix it individually?
     
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    Rule of thumb is always fix it in the mix if you can. Mastering should enhance, not fix. Just my 2 cents
     
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    thanks a lot man! what part of jersey you from?
     
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    I'm from Hunterdon County, specifically Flemington. You're in North Jersey I presume? I've never heard of Hasbrouck Heights
     
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    Yeah northern jersey. Like ten minutes from the bridge. Heights is a really small town though
     

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