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Woe, Is Me - Numbers

Discussion in 'Production' started by MrLatter, Apr 9, 2011.

  1. jimwilbourne

    jimwilbourne I try.

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    once again.
    a few posts up

    yes.
     
  2. Sixstringmayhem

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    Did you get that out of my Email Inbox?!?! lol jk. I forgot i posted that somewhere else
     
  3. DullElysium

    DullElysium Member

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    Sorry about that. I missed that one. I'd like to hear this with changos master too. Just to see how big impact joey had on this one
     
  4. tempe

    tempe Captain Midnight

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    I can't imagine it would be a whole lot, unless it was stem mastered. Think of mastering as a bit of sheen over the whole mix. They can make some pretty awesome improvements as I've noticed with my work but it still sounds like your mix if that makes sense. You definitely can not rescue something in mastering.
     
  5. DullElysium

    DullElysium Member

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    I know that's the case in most situations. But i remember Joey saying he rules at mastering and that a lot of the guitar tobe comes in the mastering stage. Dunno really but i guess we'll never know
     
  6. Charlez

    Charlez Carlos Rosa

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  7. Seth Munson

    Seth Munson How do Amber Lamps?

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    Or that majority of the songs were written in the studio with their producer?
    Re-writing and re-arranging songs would be a pita if he had to retrack drums every time they changed a part.
    Of Machines was programmed as well
     

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