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VGMY-AUREUS NECROSIS
12-01-2020, 11:41 AM (This post was last modified: 15-01-2020 01:16 PM by J-LA.)
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VGMY-AUREUS NECROSIS
New Version with fixed guitars.


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12-01-2020, 11:03 PM
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Hey dude, cool mix. Its really heavy i like it Big Grin maybe a tiny harsh?? i think just a tiny adjustments on master to my ears in highs could make this one an amazing mix/master.
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12-01-2020, 11:05 PM
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Also a sidenote, i love the kick some places but it has a tiny honky tone to it that i dont like but i undersand you need those mids to make it cut throughout the song.
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13-01-2020, 09:09 AM
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Hey,thank you for the Feedback-i was was listening to it again-and to my ears the guitars sounded a bit to harsh in the upper mids-i think you are right-my first time mixing on a combination of NS 10´s and other Speakers-gotta get used to thatSmile

Greetz Jan
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14-01-2020, 02:36 PM
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Hi,

I really like your mix, specially the drum sound. Can you elaborate a bit on that?
I have both Slate Trigger 2 and Drumagog 5 but I can't achieve a good drum sample sound as I want, I wonder if is the choice of sample or the processing.
Do you have some favourite sample libraries or plug ins?

Thanks and congratulations!
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15-01-2020, 01:30 PM
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Hi. thank you for the kind words-.I also use Trigger 2 a lot and i think it´s pretty cool-especially when i found out, that i can just use wave Samples within Trigger and not always have to convert them into these TCI files:)Well i don´t want to come across as someone who knows everything or come across as a teacher- far away from that-but what helped me personally was to really listen to what is needed or needs to be supported- i found the original Snare a bit dull and honky and not enough low end for my taste-so i was looking through my Samples to find one, that had these attributes-sometimes even 2 or 3 if necessary.I didn´t have much success with the Slate Samples within Trigger, so i collected some, that i really like and are not too processed to begin with-also the good old CLA Trick to not use Reverb on the original source and just sending the Samples to the Reverb really helps in my opinion . Hope this helps a little bit.
All the best Jan
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15-01-2020, 02:22 PM
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(15-01-2020 01:30 PM)J-LA Wrote:  Hi. thank you for the kind words-.I also use Trigger 2 a lot and i think it´s pretty cool-especially when i found out, that i can just use wave Samples within Trigger and not always have to convert them into these TCI files:)Well i don´t want to come across as someone who knows everything or come across as a teacher- far away from that-but what helped me personally was to really listen to what is needed or needs to be supported- i found the original Snare a bit dull and honky and not enough low end for my taste-so i was looking through my Samples to find one, that had these attributes-sometimes even 2 or 3 if necessary.I didn´t have much success with the Slate Samples within Trigger, so i collected some, that i really like and are not too processed to begin with-also the good old CLA Trick to not use Reverb on the original source and just sending the Samples to the Reverb really helps in my opinion . Hope this helps a little bit.
All the best Jan

Alright, that's exactly what I try to do as well, I guess I have to practice more because I am still unsuccessful in doing it.
I prefer the triggering engine of Slate trigger but I like more the samples included in Drumagog. Can you suggest me a good sample pack for rock/metal?

Ps. I believe that the trick you are refering to (sending samples to trigger reverbs) is the Andy Wallace trick, not CLA.

Thanks for answering, best regards
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16-01-2020, 10:11 AM
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(15-01-2020 02:22 PM)AVstudio Wrote:  
(15-01-2020 01:30 PM)J-LA Wrote:  Hi. thank you for the kind words-.I also use Trigger 2 a lot and i think it´s pretty cool-especially when i found out, that i can just use wave Samples within Trigger and not always have to convert them into these TCI files:)Well i don´t want to come across as someone who knows everything or come across as a teacher- far away from that-but what helped me personally was to really listen to what is needed or needs to be supported- i found the original Snare a bit dull and honky and not enough low end for my taste-so i was looking through my Samples to find one, that had these attributes-sometimes even 2 or 3 if necessary.I didn´t have much success with the Slate Samples within Trigger, so i collected some, that i really like and are not too processed to begin with-also the good old CLA Trick to not use Reverb on the original source and just sending the Samples to the Reverb really helps in my opinion . Hope this helps a little bit.
All the best Jan


Alright, that's exactly what I try to do as well, I guess I have to practice more because I am still unsuccessful in doing it.
I prefer the triggering engine of Slate trigger but I like more the samples included in Drumagog. Can you suggest me a good sample pack for rock/metal?

Ps. I believe that the trick you are refering to (sending samples to trigger reverbs) is the Andy Wallace trick, not CLA.

Thanks for answering, best regards
Hi,
yes Andy Wallace also does this-Chris Lord Alge,too-you are right.For Rock and Metal i really like a sample pack, that´s included if you subscribe to Produce like a Pro-he gave it for free-and i personally like the Snare´s very much-if you just tuck them underneath.I also like 80´s Samples like Linn Drum and so on-especially for Low end.If you write me a mail, i can send them to you.

Greets
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16-01-2020, 10:04 PM
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(16-01-2020 10:11 AM)J-LA Wrote:  
(15-01-2020 02:22 PM)AVstudio Wrote:  
(15-01-2020 01:30 PM)J-LA Wrote:  Hi. thank you for the kind words-.I also use Trigger 2 a lot and i think it´s pretty cool-especially when i found out, that i can just use wave Samples within Trigger and not always have to convert them into these TCI files:)Well i don´t want to come across as someone who knows everything or come across as a teacher- far away from that-but what helped me personally was to really listen to what is needed or needs to be supported- i found the original Snare a bit dull and honky and not enough low end for my taste-so i was looking through my Samples to find one, that had these attributes-sometimes even 2 or 3 if necessary.I didn´t have much success with the Slate Samples within Trigger, so i collected some, that i really like and are not too processed to begin with-also the good old CLA Trick to not use Reverb on the original source and just sending the Samples to the Reverb really helps in my opinion . Hope this helps a little bit.
All the best Jan


Alright, that's exactly what I try to do as well, I guess I have to practice more because I am still unsuccessful in doing it.
I prefer the triggering engine of Slate trigger but I like more the samples included in Drumagog. Can you suggest me a good sample pack for rock/metal?

Ps. I believe that the trick you are refering to (sending samples to trigger reverbs) is the Andy Wallace trick, not CLA.

Thanks for answering, best regards
Hi,
yes Andy Wallace also does this-Chris Lord Alge,too-you are right.For Rock and Metal i really like a sample pack, that´s included if you subscribe to Produce like a Pro-he gave it for free-and i personally like the Snare´s very much-if you just tuck them underneath.I also like 80´s Samples like Linn Drum and so on-especially for Low end.If you write me a mail, i can send them to you.

Greets

Hi,
Great, I'm going to write you a message, thanks
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26-01-2020, 12:26 AM (This post was last modified: 26-01-2020 12:44 AM by Killtime Records.)
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Why are the drum overheads/tom fills/hihat panned backwards on 90% of these mixes? You cats are all mixing from behind the kit! WTF? Great mix other than that LOL.
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