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Johnny Lokke - Whisper to a Scream
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Hey guys!

This my second track that I have had the privilege to work with.

Please do give feedback - all is good and will help me improve!

Many thanks,

Patrick


.mp3    Johnny Lokke - Whisper to a Scream .mp3 --  (Download: 5.75 MB)


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#2
Sounds Great!
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#3
(25-01-2016, 06:03 AM)Shul Wrote: Sounds Great!

Thank you so much! That means a lot Smile
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#4
Sounds great! I really like the guitar sound! Do you mind sharing how you processed the guitars?!

Good job! Smile
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(01-03-2016, 02:20 AM)gkallergis Wrote: Sounds great! I really like the guitar sound! Do you mind sharing how you processed the guitars?!

Good job! Smile

Thank you very much!

Absolutely! Heres how i've done it:

I tend to have a bit of playtime with the guitars - between 1-2.6khz either cut or boost a fairly narrow section to see what sounds nice. I then take a little out between 300-600hz to make it sound more metallic. This is all down to personal taste.


Electric Gtr 1 - Panned 100% Left

EQ 4band -
1. HPF-100hz
2. 310hz- -2.7db Q 1.56
3. 2540hz +4.7db Q 1.36

Light compression


Electric Gtr 2 Panned 100% right

EQ 4band -
1. HPF-100hz
2. 586hz- -5.7db Q 0.80
3. 3615hz- +7.0db Q 0.80

Light compression

I sent these two guitars to another EQ and focussed on the high end to get that hard edge.

Electric Gtr 3 (solo) Panned centre

EQ 4band -
1.HPF-100hz
2. 329hz- -5.9db Q 0.80
3. 1509hz- +3.3db Q 0.80
4. 7497hz- +12.3db Q 0.90

Heavily compressed.


I hope this helps - give it a try and maybe change a few things around? Theres no wrong way to do it!

Let me know if you'd like to know more!


Cheers!

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(01-03-2016, 10:48 AM)pdhart90 Wrote:
(01-03-2016, 02:20 AM)gkallergis Wrote: Sounds great! I really like the guitar sound! Do you mind sharing how you processed the guitars?!

Good job! Smile

Thank you very much!

Absolutely! Heres how i've done it:

I tend to have a bit of playtime with the guitars - between 1-2.6khz either cut or boost a fairly narrow section to see what sounds nice. I then take a little out between 300-600hz to make it sound more metallic. This is all down to personal taste.


Electric Gtr 1 - Panned 100% Left

EQ 4band -
1. HPF-100hz
2. 310hz- -2.7db Q 1.56
3. 2540hz +4.7db Q 1.36

Light compression


Electric Gtr 2 Panned 100% right

EQ 4band -
1. HPF-100hz
2. 586hz- -5.7db Q 0.80
3. 3615hz- +7.0db Q 0.80

Light compression

I sent these two guitars to another EQ and focussed on the high end to get that hard edge.

Electric Gtr 3 (solo) Panned centre

EQ 4band -
1.HPF-100hz
2. 329hz- -5.9db Q 0.80
3. 1509hz- +3.3db Q 0.80
4. 7497hz- +12.3db Q 0.90

Heavily compressed.


I hope this helps - give it a try and maybe change a few things around? Theres no wrong way to do it!

Let me know if you'd like to know more!


Cheers!

Great! Thank you very very very very much for the info!! Smile
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(24-01-2016, 08:26 PM)pdhart90 Wrote: Hey guys!

This my second track that I have had the privilege to work with.

Please do give feedback - all is good and will help me improve!

Many thanks,

Patrick

Love the mix! I'm here 3 years late, but if by any chance you are still active could you explain your process working with the vocals here? Thank you very much!
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#8
Sounding chunky as man!
I would like the toms to be a little fuller.
Them guitars are rocking!
The vocals are a little dry for my liking. Try adding a long reverb at low levels to really blend and melt them into the track.
Luke Percy,
Sydney Australia
https://www.lapaudio.com/
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