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Discussion in 'Production' started by Johnny_Lewis, Nov 25, 2013.

  1. Johnny_Lewis

    Johnny_Lewis New Metal Member

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    Coming along well. The top end in the OH is a little harsh, drums sound fairly raw which is not necessarily a bad thing. Bass needs a bit of work. Guitars aren't bad but sound much better by themselves - the combined L and R becomes a bit fizzy.
     
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    Johnny_Lewis New Metal Member

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    I see what you mean with the OHs! I watch some tutorials on how to make the OH and room mics blend better with the other drums. Plus I did some EQing on the drums and have them all routed out so I have more control now! I'll be uploading another clip in a day or so!
     
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    Nice, it is easy to get carried away with EQ. I often like to bypass all my processing just to make sure I am not over doing anything. I always remind myself that SSD / Superior / BFD are already processed sounds, so less is often more..
     

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