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Help me improve my mix.

Discussion in 'Practice Room' started by LIIKET, Dec 18, 2010.

  1. LIIKET

    LIIKET New Metal Member

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    Greetings. This is my first post here. Maybe I should've contributed to the forum in some way before asking for help but I'm a fucking noob so what the hell. :p Here goes...

    Basically I have a bunch of really horrible raw tracks that I'm trying to make something half decent out of and I really need some advice right now. I think my main problem is that the guitars sound really thin and the snare just plain suck. The way guitars are tracked gave them a whole bunch of early reflections and absolutely no lows below 150 and it kind of ruins the whole mix. I would greatly appreciate someone pointing me in the right direction here... if there is any.

    http://dl.dropbox.com/u/14938577/fng.mp3
    and no, I don't have any DI:s :(

    NEW MIX. Made some minor eq changes to the guitars:
    http://dl.dropbox.com/u/14938577/fng2-02.mp3
     
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    Sound's very nice man :loco:
     
  3. LIIKET

    LIIKET New Metal Member

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    Really? Thank you. Myself I still think it sounds a bit too unproffesional for something I'd like to release. Anyone else care to comment?
     

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