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An Italian mix
28-05-2015, 09:51 AM
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An Italian mix
Hi to everyone!
My name is Lorenzo and I come from Itlay. That is my personal mix and I hope to learn a lot here!
Let me know what you people think.
Thank you in advance for your attention.

p.s. sorry for my bad english. Tongue


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07-06-2015, 06:03 PM
Post: #2
RE: An Italian mix
I don't have a lot of experience in mix...
but In my opinion you have achieved a good work!
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07-06-2015, 09:04 PM
Post: #3
RE: An Italian mix
Good sound and stereo imaging. But there is some strange fx going on on main vocal. I know that this is a delay but it sounds the best with a low pass filter, or a hi cut around 2kHz range (it becomes more reverby). All in all, if this is your 1st mix I will give you 10/10 for such an achievement.
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08-06-2015, 07:57 AM
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RE: An Italian mix
Nice piano and nice width on the guitar.
Vocals are nicely up front, but I don't like the high end of the vocal reverb.
Maybe a slight High Cut Filter there will warm it up a bit.
Background vocals are nicely managed.
Drums are great, but maybe a touch more definition needed on the bass guitar.
Real nice mix though. Well done.
Listening on Sennheiser HD650 headphones

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15-06-2015, 03:41 PM (This post was last modified: 15-06-2015 03:47 PM by Lowrenzo.)
Post: #5
RE: An Italian mix
Hi to everyone and thank you very much for your help!
This is not my 1st mix, but it's the first time I can mix with great tracks.
On main vocals I use two different send channel.
The 1st one with a 100% wet stereo delay (1/8 Left and 1/16 right), and the 2nd one with a time-based stereo reverb (I set the click at 104 bpm).
The delay is send again to the stereo reverb channel.
The delay has a low-pass filter at 6000 Hz...but probably 2000 is better...

I use for the drum set 2 different parallel compression: one for snare, kick and toms and the second one for Over Head. The I blended them with the single tracks.
For the snare I use another time-based stereo reverb.

On the bass guitar...i could use a hi- shelving eq...

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