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Fingerspasm
Here is another song if anyone cares to critique the mix. I have 2 versions. Number 1 is the first basic mix. Number 2 is what I consider the improved mix. If anyone would like to listen and give comments on what they hear as problems and maybe and suggestions. I still have to add vocals and then run it through T-Racks to add the final polish.

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I just thought of something that I am having problems with and that is at around 29 seconds into the song there is some heavy bass distortion from the guitar. He hit that open E string again and let it ring out... Any ideas on how to filter this out? I have tried and tried still no luck.

After listening again the guitars suck.... they are weak in areas and to distorted. I am working on them now. Fortunately I recorded a dry track. So I am going to drop it into amplitube and see what I can do...

After working on it for a little bit and debating it with the guitar player here is the new version. The guitar player did not let me change it as much as I wanted. smile.gif Vocals are next. Hopefully today.

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Staffy
QUOTE (Fingerspasm @ Oct 9 2009, 11:16 PM) *
Here is another song if anyone cares to critique the mix. I have 2 versions. Number 1 is the first basic mix. Number 2 is what I consider the improved mix. If anyone would like to listen and give comments on what they hear as problems and maybe and suggestions. I still have to add vocals and then run it through T-Racks to add the final polish.

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I just thought of something that I am having problems with and that is at around 29 seconds into the song there is some heavy bass distortion from the guitar. He hit that open E string again and let it ring out... Any ideas on how to filter this out? I have tried and tried still no luck.


Isn't it possible to just edit the waveform for the guitar and make a fade-out on that note???

//Staffay
Fingerspasm
QUOTE (Staffy @ Oct 9 2009, 04:28 PM) *
Isn't it possible to just edit the waveform for the guitar and make a fade-out on that note???

//Staffay



Hmmm I will have to break out my Logic 8 book and research that. I need to do some reading anyway and learn how to group my drum tracks etc.
Fingerspasm
After listening again the guitars suck.... they are weak in areas and to distorted. I am working on them now. Fortunately I recorded a dry track. So I am going to drop it into amplitube and see what I can do...
Ivan Milenkovic
Try to EQ the tracks so you free up the low end of the spectrum, the overall mix lacks presence, and it is muddy.
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