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The Great Enough - Die Young
#1
Hi,

Ok, my attempt at this one. Was hard work trying to get it to 'hit' as I wanted. Think I came somewhere close? Comments, etc, welcome as usual.

Thanks!

Edit: V2 Added (note: Probably the best version)
Edit: V3 Added
Edit: V4 Added


.mp3    The Great Enough - Die Young V3.mp3 --  (Download: 6.85 MB)


.mp3    The Great Enough - Die Young.mp3 --  (Download: 6.99 MB)


.mp3    The Great Enough - Die Young - v2.mp3 --  (Download: 6.85 MB)


.mp3    The Great Enough - Die Young V4.mp3 --  (Download: 6.85 MB)


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#2
Mix 2:
Big toms for sure. I feel the track is to laid back or the guitar too forward. The location for the guitar on the left pulls the image too far to the left, I think.
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#3
Thanks, appreciate the comments. Yeah, I'll revisit it and see what I can do.
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#4
Hi, have attached mix V3 to original post, thanks.
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#5
Yes. Good stuff.
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#6
(31-08-2019, 03:03 PM)Mixinthecloud Wrote: Yes. Good stuff.

Thanks! - I was just adding V4 as you were posting that. I realised I had forgotten to address the low end 'boom' of the Toms that you pointed out.

I think I need to work a bit on the low end of my mixes.
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#7
Intro in V2 is way better, more impactful than in V4. Probably overtweaked. Cheers
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#8
V2 for me too mikej. Just love the extra width and openness of this compared to V4. There is also a nice element of depth that's missing in V4.
Very enjoyable and exciting mix to listen to. Well executed.
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#9
Many thanks for your thoughts and comments on the different versions. Yeah, good to get a few opinions. So it would seem V2 is the preferred mix of the bunch.

The main difference between V1 and V2 is in the mix bus processing. I felt V1 was over limited, and over processed, so removed some plugins and made some changes. I was really trying hard to go after AndyGallas mix which I think had an RMS around 6 or so, but backed off the limiter for V2. V3 has the same bus processing as V2, but I panned the guitar more towards the middle, and also increased the volume of that track called 'track'. Oh, looks like I boosted the sides on V2 by 0.7db and on V3 and V4 by 0.5db. Not sure I did anything else. V4 is the same as V3 but with some of the bottom end rolled off the toms.

Thanks again.
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#10
V4 sounds thiner, definitely missing some low end compared to V2.
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