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haircutrecords

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advice for a novice
« on: February 05, 2005, 01:43:21 pm »

Id be very grateful for anyone's thoughts on this mix. Im pretty new to this, so anything you can suggest would be much appreciated, even if its blindingly obvious. thanks

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RolandK

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Re: advice for a novice
« Reply #1 on: February 05, 2005, 08:25:13 pm »

Nice! I'm not a pro either but maybe turn up the vocals in the louder sections as the guitars come in. You could hear them better and it would add some dynamics to the song (unless thats not the direction you want to go). Also, one or more of the guitars sound out of tune.
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haircutrecords

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Re: advice for a novice
« Reply #2 on: February 06, 2005, 05:42:43 am »

thanks! i guess i was naively hoping no-one was gonna confirm my suspicions on that guitar being out of tune. Rolling Eyes another naive question - does autotune work with homophonic parts?? *hopes*
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floodstage

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Re: advice for a novice
« Reply #3 on: February 06, 2005, 10:40:05 am »

 
haircutrecords wrote on Sun, 06 February 2005 05:42

....... does autotune work with homophonic parts?? .....


Don't know about homophonic parts (not that there's anything wrong with that!)

I have used autotune on monophonic instruments (flute, bass, and sax) and it helps (sometimes).  Autotune won't tune a chord correctly.

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j.hall

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Re: advice for a novice
« Reply #4 on: February 07, 2005, 11:22:30 am »

get some 300 out of that bass guitar and kick drum

i'd guess it doesn't need a much.....but it's a bit humpy sounding in the low end.

vocals are too quiet for my taste.....

snare drum could use a gain boost, and possibly some more high end, i'd guess around 3k...maybe higher

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