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Quick Djenty clip (nolly's riff)

Discussion in 'Practice Room' started by clems6belio, Mar 25, 2012.

  1. clems6belio

    clems6belio Yogurt as Lead3rs

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    Quick mix, simple riff, need feedback :)

    Advices on guitars ? Bass ? Kick, snare or whatever ???



    Thanks ^^
     
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  2. Lefthander

    Lefthander Ethno freak

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    drums are too lowd for me
    and need some presence for gtrs
     
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    LOVE the snare and kick samples your using what are they?
    and yea guitars sound scooped
     
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    Nice to see you here!

    I actually like the guitar tone, it is somewhat scooped but that gives it a "chainsaw"-type sound that I find pleasant.
    However, you ca tell that the drums need some more refined processing.
     
  5. clems6belio

    clems6belio Yogurt as Lead3rs

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    Ok, so guitar sounds alittl' bit scooped, gonna take care next time.
    Drums are Superior drummer, Avatar kit only, mixed with sd's mixer, no external processing.

    Thanks for the advices, that's what I was waiting for ! :D
     

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