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Invisible Familiars - Disturbing Wildlife
29-07-2013, 06:36 PM
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Invisible Familiars - Disturbing Wildlife
Hi,

I think I'm happy enough with this one.

Is there too much reverb on the lead vocal in the first verse?

I also had a nightmare balancing the stereo image for some reason.
Does the mix seem to pull you to the left the whole time?

Eoghan Smile


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29-07-2013, 09:12 PM
Post: #2
RE: Invisible Familiars - Disturbing Wildlife
Guitar on left side makes you say that and i agree!I realy love the depth you give on the mix.
Vocals lacks hi end though.
Nice and smooth mix.
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05-08-2013, 05:50 PM
Post: #3
RE: Invisible Familiars - Disturbing Wildlife
Wov, great sound. Intimate and spacious at the same time.
Great bass sound. How did you do that? The bass was tough one in this song.

Male background vocals bother me a bit. I'm not sure what's the problem. Maybe I just don't like any male voice humming so near to my ears.

Cheers,
Olli
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21-08-2013, 12:59 PM
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RE: Invisible Familiars - Disturbing Wildlife
(05-08-2013 05:50 PM)Olli H Wrote:  Wov, great sound. Intimate and spacious at the same time.
Great bass sound. How did you do that? The bass was tough one in this song.

Male background vocals bother me a bit. I'm not sure what's the problem. Maybe I just don't like any male voice humming so near to my ears.

Cheers,
Olli

Yeah I know what you mean with the backing vocals.
The bass took up most of my time! It sounded awful in my opinion. Everything else already sounded great. Used a combination of clip gain, a transient designer and compression on the bass to try and control it a bit.
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