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FytaKyte 'Bitter' by music_nino
17-04-2019, 12:10 PM
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FytaKyte 'Bitter' by music_nino
Hi everyone,

Here is my mix of 'Bitter'. There are still some automations to make, but the fundamental approach is there. Hope you like it, tell me what you think about it! Smile


.mp3   FytaKyte_Bitter.mp3 --  (Download: 8.28 MB)

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18-04-2019, 08:59 AM
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RE: FytaKyte 'Bitter' by music_nino
I think it’s good mix. Sound is balanced, and nice variations.
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19-04-2019, 05:18 AM
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RE: FytaKyte 'Bitter' by music_nino
Hey Nino - some cool sounds you have going here!... I particularly like the vocal sound.

I like the tones overall, but there is room for improvement in some areas.
- In some places, the guitars overpower the vocals (for eg: at 42 secs and 53 secs)
- The drums sound a little over compressed & "mid-scooped" to my ear. They have quite a bit of top end, so the transients are in evidence, but the compression tends to make them sound "closed down" and "compacted" to me... a little "small". Maybe experiment with your amount of compression and the attack and release times. The kick drum already has a tonne of top end in the inside kick mic, so that could definitely dialled back for a more natural sound. Maybe try narrower eq cuts on the drums, and leave some more of the midrange "guts" in them.
- Maybe watch the de-essing on the lead vocal. At times the de-essing is a little too much and the "s" sounds are coming out lispy.

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21-04-2019, 08:15 PM
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RE: FytaKyte 'Bitter' by music_nino
Not a bad start. The bass is troubling for me as it starts out dominating and gets squashed in compression at others.

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