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New mix of a Red Seas Fire track - Groove/Electro metal

Discussion in 'Practice Room' started by Nolly, Apr 30, 2010.

  1. Nolly

    Nolly Member

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    I've been working on a mix template for my band's upcoming mini-album, here's where I'm at so far:

    http://dl.dropbox.com/u/790683/RSF/Turbulence 30:04:10.mp3
    (there will be vocals eventually, and there are a few sparse patches where the layering hasn't been finished)


    I'd appreciate any input you guys have!
     
  2. HaveCool69

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    Sounds killer! I'd love to hear this with vocals. Wish I had the ability to make my songs sound this tight, unfortunately I've got a ton of learning to do to even come close to touching this. I've heard mixes from local Studios here in Kansas that don't even sound this good. :worship: :headbang:
     
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    Sounds great man! What do you use for the electronic drum/glitch noises?
     
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    REally digging the mix Nollz, the guitars come through nicely and it sounds monstrous!
     
  5. Nolly

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    Wicked, thanks guys!

    justinITB: The glitching is done by the other guitarist in the band, he cuts up drum samples into tiny segments and sequences them manually. I run it through a bitcrusher to get that really crunchy sound.

    Rolve, how goes dude? Haven't seen you online in ages..
     
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