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Two Bare Hands
#1
Tune up and turn loud.Cool

Comments Critiques and Feedback(s) are welcome.

please match the levels in case of comparison. Tongue

D3 is the latest version


.mp3    Two Bare Hands D2.mp3 --  (Download: 7.57 MB)


.mp3    Two Bare Hands D3.mp3 --  (Download: 7.57 MB)


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#2
It feels pretty good. The main thing that jumps out at me is the snare sound. There's a lot of under mic in the mix. The tambourine part is a little loud and distracting.
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#3
Thanks a lot man. I'll try some automation in a short while. Enjoy D2.

(By the way, I'm aware of that loud snare and It really feels energetic while headbanging)Big GrinCool
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#4
(10-03-2019, 03:03 PM)Vibhu Dixit Wrote: (By the way, I'm aware of that loud snare and It really feels energetic while headbanging)Big GrinCool
That's fair. If you like it, stand by it.
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#5
The kick drum is fantastic for Metallica or something like that. The hit hat is loud. Too room? Is my opinion.

I think that the mix is a bit agressive.

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#6
Listening to D3 only I find it pretty good. Aggressive? Yes, but in a good way. Nitpicking would say the right side feels a bit empty.
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#7
A few comments to the D3 version:
  • you have a bit of hum before the song,
  • the perspective is skewed (might be related to the right side feeling a bit empty, as mentioned already by mixinthecould),
  • nice support guitar balance starting at ~1:13,
  • figurative el. guitar at ~1:41 fights with the vocal,
  • kick is a tad too prominent for me,
  • balance of the outro feels great.
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