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Triviul - Angelsaint (Mix and Master by Tim Laird)
07-10-2014, 03:18 AM (This post was last modified: 07-10-2014 08:14 AM by sweatbox.)
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Triviul - Angelsaint (Mix and Master by Tim Laird)
Hi all, this is my mix of Triviul's 'Angelsaint. Attached is the soundcloud link. Hope you enjoy, and any feedback would be MUCH appreciated.

https://soundcloud.com/tim-laird/triviul...-tim-laird


.mp3   Triviul - Angelsaint - Master.mp3 --  (Download: 3.4 MB)


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09-10-2014, 02:03 PM
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RE: Triviul - Angelsaint (Mix and Master by Tim Laird)
Wow, you REALLY like reverb! Big Grin

It's all a bit muddy, especially the drums. Everything's swimming in that reverb and it's masking the song.
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09-10-2014, 11:09 PM
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RE: Triviul - Angelsaint (Mix and Master by Tim Laird)
thanks for the feedback. and yes, i really milked the reverb on this one. it sounded very dry to me originally, and i didnt like how that served the song. obviously went a bit hard with it, but was definately what i was trying for.

(09-10-2014 02:03 PM)Judders Wrote:  Wow, you REALLY like reverb! Big Grin

It's all a bit muddy, especially the drums. Everything's swimming in that reverb and it's masking the song.
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09-10-2014, 11:15 PM
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RE: Triviul - Angelsaint (Mix and Master by Tim Laird)
Yeah, I can see that.

On the positive side, it did remind me of Martin Gretch, which is no bad thing!

The atmosphere is cool, but it's overloading everything.

Have you tried adding side-chain compression to aux reverb channels? That really helps to prevent things getting too washed out. Could especially help the drums, as I think it's mainly the kick that is generating lots of low-frequency reverb "bloom".
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10-10-2014, 01:31 AM
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RE: Triviul - Angelsaint (Mix and Master by Tim Laird)
i havnt actually tried that before. i played with high passing the reverb, but wasnt happy with the result. but definately agree the kick is doing some nasty stuff down in the low end. ill try side chain compression like you said, and maybe even roll off some of the low end as well. thanks heaps. much appreciated. this is the first mix ive done thats anything like this, so any help is much appreciated.


(09-10-2014 11:15 PM)Judders Wrote:  Yeah, I can see that.

On the positive side, it did remind me of Martin Gretch, which is no bad thing!

The atmosphere is cool, but it's overloading everything.

Have you tried adding side-chain compression to aux reverb channels? That really helps to prevent things getting too washed out. Could especially help the drums, as I think it's mainly the kick that is generating lots of low-frequency reverb "bloom".
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