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Symphonic Death Metal Mix Test

Discussion in 'Practice Room' started by newamerikangospel, May 28, 2017.

  1. newamerikangospel

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    Im at the end of a mix for my symphonic Death project, and am making minor changes. The strings keep getting buried and I am worried about the low end. I want the low end to be exciting, but not a droned-rumble that is fatiguing, especially with the faster parts. Any comments, on low end or as a whole?
     
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  2. jerm__

    jerm__ Ezerath

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    Dude! This is fucking good. First off this song is fucking sick!

    The kick lacks low end and is a little too clicky in my opinion. The drums lack stereo depth and width. If you have facebook, add me and we could chat some more! Jeremy Vocino-Montpetit is my name!
     
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    Thanks for the compliment. I actually squeezed the stereo image a little on the drums, and pulled the room mics out to keep the drums from taking up too much of the orchestral real estate. I will look at the stereo imaging a little more. Thanks for the feedback.
     
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    AndyBelyash Crazy russian teenager

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    Nathan Explosion on vocals?)
     

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