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Who said Drop D was boring?

Discussion in 'Production' started by Lewismembery, Jun 7, 2014.

  1. Lewismembery

    Lewismembery New Metal Member

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    Hard hitting but melodic sounding mix, tracked this earlier to test out some new equipment. Tracked in drop D on a telecaster.

    Who says drop D isn't low enough!?

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  2. Gujukal

    Gujukal Member

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    Nice playing and nice mix! Dont think the tuning matter if its boring or not, it all comes down to if the music is intresting. And if u mix it properly drop D could even sound heavier than a poorly mixed in drop A imo.
     
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    EnjoiTrent Official Knob Turner

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    My only advice is to make the sub frequencies of the bass guitar more audible. Without having the s00perlowdjenttuned drop F guitars (lol) the bass really needs to bring that low end. Everything else sounds great to me!
     
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    Nice song & nice sound ;)
     

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