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My New Punk Mix

Discussion in 'Practice Room' started by bryan.batiste, Sep 21, 2011.

  1. bryan.batiste

    bryan.batiste Recording Junkie

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    just got done mixing my band's new 7" EP

    kinda post-punk on some tracks but this is more straightforward

    No bass player so I had my guitarist replicate his live setup of an octave pedal into a bass amp.

    Sounds a bit rough but I wanted to capture our live sound as closely as possible.

    Guitars were through an Ampeg tube combo, not sure of the model. 57 close mic

    http://dl.dropbox.com/u/3847843/04 Purest copy.mp3
     
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    Think it would sound better if you pan your guitars left and right
     
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    bryan.batiste Recording Junkie

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    I had them panned hard L and R originally, but thought it popped too much. With the exception of overdubs, much of the EP is mono guitar

    I was really trying to convey the live sound as much as possible, we're a 2 piece punk band lol
     

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