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production discussion - for those interested...

Discussion in 'Andy Sneap' started by martyfireball, Apr 3, 2004.

  1. Andy Sneap

    Andy Sneap Metal Guru

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  2. t-rave

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    well I think EOR could get alot more mileage out of one of your remixes...that cd has some great material but was kneecapped by it garbled , muddy , production...I got my fingers crossd for a Sneap remix and extra tracks!!!:headbang:
     
  3. Genius Gone Insane

    Genius Gone Insane http://www.¯\(°_o)/¯.com

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    It's a travesty you didn't do EOR in the first place. That album would be so FUCKEN rad if I could actually hear what the fuck Jeff and Van are doing. Fuck, fuck, fuck, it will totally make my day if that album gets saved.
     
  4. FrostGiant

    FrostGiant Mr. Pibb > Dr. Pepper

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    Well actually you could hear Loomis very clearly. But Jim and Van were buried. But as far as the previous discussion about drum mixing.... the speed at which drummers are using the kick now a days needs the trigger (I think that's what the conversation is anyway, I didn't read the link). With a true kick, it'd all blend into a mess of noise. And as for In Flames style production, I don't think they were goin for a sound where you hear every note. They were trying to blend instruments, although they did it with distortion instead of harmonies (which is IMO the way to do that). But it really matters what you are trying to achieve. I actually like the thick bass and rythm guitar sound that IF has. It fits the music. My issue is with the fact the lead is mix too far in back to hear unless you listen through headphones (every song on RTR has a great lead, you just can't hear it).
     
  5. The Wanderer

    The Wanderer Watcher of the Storm

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    I thought the production on Enemies kinda fit the songs. The songs were fast, pissed, and angry for the most part, much aggressive then DHIDW and the rawer production kinda goes along with that. I can live with it. I agree it'd be cool to hear a little clearer, but i dont think it detracts from the songs.
     

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