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hugarian dance, mix by Maxime Brochard
27-12-2016, 03:23 PM
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hugarian dance, mix by Maxime Brochard
Hi ! (sorry for my english, i'm french).

Here is my mix for the Hungarian dance No.5. All mixing in the box, in LogicProX.
First, i used a linear in phase channel EQ on the Gtr mic and the sax to unmask some frenquencies. after that i just add a little bit of th DI track, but not a lot, i don't really like DI sounds. Then I add 2 reverbs, a room (Lexicon 480 with altiverb plug-in)for the "presence" (?) and a large opera IR, to open the sound a little bit, with a mix more dry than wet. Thanks for listening en answers about that !
have a nice day, Maxime.


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27-12-2016, 04:08 PM
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RE: hugarian dance, mix by Maxime Brochard
Hey Maxime, your mix sounds quite good to me. The reverb sounds nice! Well done! Keep it up!
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28-12-2016, 12:10 PM
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RE: hugarian dance, mix by Maxime Brochard
thanks !
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18-01-2019, 08:44 PM
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RE: hugarian dance, mix by Maxime Brochard
Hey, great mix! The reverb sounds really good, and balance is good with sax off to the right a bit (and guitar symmetrically to the left), but not too far. I really like how the transients are highlighted in the guitar part toward the beginning!

It sounds like the guitar is compressed too much. Spots like 0:37 and any several-note hit are noticeably "squashed". The sax doesn't show nearly as much of this.
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28-02-2019, 12:41 PM
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RE: hugarian dance, mix by Maxime Brochard
(18-01-2019 08:44 PM)lmat Wrote:  Hey, great mix! The reverb sounds really good, and balance is good with sax off to the right a bit (and guitar symmetrically to the left), but not too far. I really like how the transients are highlighted in the guitar part toward the beginning!

It sounds like the guitar is compressed too much. Spots like 0:37 and any several-note hit are noticeably "squashed". The sax doesn't show nearly as much of this.

Thanks for sharing your lights ! Wink
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