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new mix with pod farm and SSD (not metal sorry)

Discussion in 'Practice Room' started by mattia.7, Feb 27, 2010.

  1. mattia.7

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    Hi to everyone guys..i share a first quckly mix about a song i'm recording in these days..there are only drum (steven slate) and the guitars (pod farm)...i appreciate some advice to improve drum and gutiar sound..i know that bass is really important,but i'm waiting a fender precsion to try it..
    thank you to everyone..

    http://dl.dropbox.com/u/666147/mix tia prova 1.mp3
     
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    someone can help me to improve the mix please?
     
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    I like it :)

    Try cutting the 800-1000 zone on the rhythm guitars by 2-4 dB.

    Kick could use some more attack.

    Snare sounds good but it gets annoying without vocals or anything to sit on top of it.

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    Thank you man ;) i'll try your advice and post with bass and vocals..
     
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    kick needs some more "thwack" to it as mentioned. im not diggin the china sound too much. but overall its pretty good dude!
     
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    thanks..i know,i used slate cymbals and hi hats,and dfhs china..i don't diggin it too..i'll try with some samples..
     
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    I like the snare, great job with that.

    The guitars are just a bit out of tune from time to time (most noticeable on the parts with the octave chords.) I would try to sort that out first if you can.
     
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    thanks ;)i'll try to solve the problem...
     

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