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Mix Young
12-09-2019, 12:46 PM (This post was last modified: 14-09-2019 09:31 AM by ArieHerz.)
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Mix Young
This time a rather dry mix (except the vocal effects) Smile


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12-09-2019, 07:20 PM
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RE: Mix Young
(12-09-2019 12:46 PM)ArieHerz Wrote:  This time a rather dry mix (except the vocal effects) Smile

I like the sound of your mix! Its very clear an punchy! also very good spectral distribution. the sound is very good (like i already said) but there is something that feels unpleasant to me. i cant say what it is. is there a stereo enhancer in the fx chain?

Sometimes less is more ;-)
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12-09-2019, 07:32 PM
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RE: Mix Young
(12-09-2019 07:20 PM)suicide0 Wrote:  
(12-09-2019 12:46 PM)ArieHerz Wrote:  This time a rather dry mix (except the vocal effects) Smile

I like the sound of your mix! Its very clear an punchy! also very good spectral distribution. the sound is very good (like i already said) but there is something that feels unpleasant to me. i cant say what it is. is there a stereo enhancer in the fx chain?

I used a "pseudo-double track" technique for the guitar - the original track is pitch-shifted and delayed a little bit in one of the channels. Apart from that, no stereo enhancement has been used.
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13-09-2019, 07:43 PM
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The top end (2K-5K) is known to have an "fatigue" effect on listeners, or so I have heard. I think your vocal can afford some cut there (my ears tell me that it's around 2K-3K). The same can be done on the hats too since there is nothing there except for the very top end. I also think you can still push the bass fader up a little more to balance the whole mix out. Your vocal is awesome, very clear and punchy. It just needs a little cut on the top end to go easy on the ears Smile. I like the delay on the chorus. Good work!
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14-09-2019, 09:34 AM
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(13-09-2019 07:43 PM)SonicTramp Wrote:  The top end (2K-5K) is known to have an "fatigue" effect on listeners, or so I have heard. I think your vocal can afford some cut there (my ears tell me that it's around 2K-3K). The same can be done on the hats too since there is nothing there except for the very top end. I also think you can still push the bass fader up a little more to balance the whole mix out. Your vocal is awesome, very clear and punchy. It just needs a little cut on the top end to go easy on the ears Smile. I like the delay on the chorus. Good work!

Attached a fixed version to the first post. It does sound better, thank you for the advice!
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15-09-2019, 02:20 PM
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The second one sounds to me very good! respect! - and... i have noticed the ear-candy Big Grin

Sometimes less is more ;-)
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