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Opinions on mix (rock stuff, real drums)

Discussion in 'Practice Room' started by LIIKET, Mar 19, 2012.

  1. LIIKET

    LIIKET New Metal Member

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    Hi. I've recorded a band wich i later joined to do vocals for. I'm not really familiar with mixing this type of music so some pointers would be greatly appreciated. It's all real drums and real amps. A solo is missing but you'll get the idea.

    http://dl.dropbox.com/u/14938577/song02.mp3

    Thank you in advance.
     
  2. zakky

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    let me start off saying the song is cool......dont really like the snare maybe eq it differently to make it sound fatter too much pop in there, also maybe add more compression to the overall mix to tighten things up a bit and give it a punch
     
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    LIIKET New Metal Member

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    thank you for your feedback. what exactly do you mean by "too much pop"? Any specific frequency that need attenuating? I know im not entierly happy with the drums but I also dont know how to improve them. I will try out some mix buss compression right away tho!
     
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    boost around 240-400 Hz, test and see how it sounds.......when i say pop i guess snappy sounding
     
  5. LIIKET

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    thank you. will try it out.
     

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