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Tips on mixing and mastering

Discussion in 'Practice Room' started by lovelyrobotadam, Jul 2, 2012.

  1. lovelyrobotadam

    lovelyrobotadam Lovely Robot Audio

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    #1 lovelyrobotadam, Jul 2, 2012
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    Track doesn't sound too bad aside from the clean vox. Those clean vocals need to be EQ'd better and tuned. Sounds like you could hi-pass them quite a bit more than what you are doing. They also sit on top of the mix too much.
     
  3. lovelyrobotadam

    lovelyrobotadam Lovely Robot Audio

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    Thank a lot man, I did tune up vocals but I agree I think I could do a better job with it. I'll recheck the tuning and mess around with the EQ. I think his tone of voice just isn't that good.
     

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