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Ivan Milenkovic
post Feb 28 2008, 07:11 PM
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post Feb 28 2008, 08:17 PM
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Thats fair, the sound swolowed a few notes here and there, and I couldn't even figure out what I was doing.

But I usually do mute all the strings, and don't use this much gain.

Thanks, I'll keep a closer eye on these things defiantly. Great feedback.


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post Feb 29 2008, 12:08 AM
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QUOTE (Milenkovic Ivan @ Feb 28 2008, 01:54 AM) *
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Well, that preset won't go for sure... lots of gain, buzz and noise. On the other hand soloing is great! I really like your bends, I can tell that you practiced the bends but not too much vibrato right? Some more vibrato would be nice to hear on such a lovely emotional solo indeed!

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Thx Ivan!
U're definitely right, need to practice my vibrato on bends especially,
My guitar sounds better usually (the black beauty), I've done this one with my fender mex strat, the single coil pickups are very noisy!!
Thx again, and great collab!! waiting for more awesome backing tracks!
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post Feb 29 2008, 01:45 AM
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Thanks guys again, I really enjoyed listening to your solos. Each on is great and unique in it's own way smile.gif


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post Feb 29 2008, 04:19 AM
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Well overall probly due to time the mix is a lilttle rough around the edges........I noticed a few solos just missed the mark and slid away from the backing track and lost the time line a bit.......A few time line markers could have solved the looping problem with warping............but that takes alot of time ........a few send with some filters and a eq band could have taken care of the high gain buzz mearly due to a flat recording eq...........but thats just if you wanted something to write home about as a great mix..............but this is just understandably a collab................for the sake of playing in mind.........I can see that this site is truly going to get some reviews....as being a site that is turning out some great guitar players....

congrads to all.........players.........and no hard feelings on the mix it is just my point of view..........cause im truly no pro at it myself........im still just a student.........with some great teachers and influences....................thanks for letting me be a part of this


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post Feb 29 2008, 04:23 AM
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This is great, guys!

I haven't gotten to listen to it enough to really study it, but I like it!

What a great idea... biggrin.gif


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post Feb 29 2008, 10:53 AM
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QUOTE (ballistic31 @ Feb 29 2008, 04:19 AM) *
Well overall probly due to time the mix is a lilttle rough around the edges........I noticed a few solos just missed the mark and slid away from the backing track and lost the time line a bit.......A few time line markers could have solved the looping problem with warping............but that takes alot of time ........a few send with some filters and a eq band could have taken care of the high gain buzz mearly due to a flat recording eq...........but thats just if you wanted something to write home about as a great mix..............but this is just understandably a collab................for the sake of playing in mind.........I can see that this site is truly going to get some reviews....as being a site that is turning out some great guitar players....

congrads to all.........players.........and no hard feelings on the mix it is just my point of view..........cause im truly no pro at it myself........im still just a student.........with some great teachers and influences....................thanks for letting me be a part of this


I don't suppose you are maybe insinuating that your recording was a little "ruff on the edges" due to my bad mix. I know my mixing&producing pretty well thanks for the advices. Every recording in the collab is putted JUST as it is uploaded. Noe inserts, no sends, no EQ, no producing showoff, because it is suppose to be heard JUST as it sounds. It is not my intention to color your sound in any way, but to give some advices how to GET a healthy recording and that is the most important thing. Suggestions like:"We'll fix it in the mix" just won't pass, neither here or anywhere for that matter. Thanks for participating. smile.gif


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post Feb 29 2008, 10:57 AM
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QUOTE (Milenkovic Ivan @ Feb 29 2008, 09:53 AM) *
I don't suppose you are maybe insinuating that your recording was a little "ruff on the edges" due to my bad mix. I know my mixing&producing pretty well thanks for the advices. Every recording in the collab is putted JUST as it is uploaded. Noe inserts, no sends, no EQ, no producing showoff, because it is suppose to be heard JUST as it sounds. It is not my intention to color your sound in any way, but to give some advices how to GET a healthy recording and that is the most important thing. Suggestions like:"We'll fix it in the mix" just won't pass, neither here or anywhere for that matter. Thanks for participating. smile.gif

I think you did a great and the reason it was a little ruff on the edges is because some peoples recordings were ruff on the edges lol. Mine being one of them. I'm glad you don't cover up anything that we've done as it helps us progress. I think you did a great job and always do a great job.


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post Feb 29 2008, 07:04 PM
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QUOTE (Milenkovic Ivan @ Feb 29 2008, 10:53 AM) *
I don't suppose you are maybe insinuating that your recording was a little "ruff on the edges" due to my bad mix.
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Thanks for participating. smile.gif

I think you did a great job, given the material that we provided as input.
One thing I think it could be done when having so many contributions is to make more than one mix, based on the settings:
- 1 with the clean tone contributions
- 1 with slightly distorted tones
- 1 with highly distorted tones
In that way, the final mixes would have the same feeling all around (and would be much smaller tongue.gif )
For instance, mine recording and Iluha's accidentally start with the same bend, so that is easy to mix...
Soulstone's recording, for instance, is really great, but gives a totally different flavor for the music (both the tone and speed).

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post Mar 1 2008, 08:19 PM
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QUOTE (Gus @ Feb 29 2008, 07:04 PM) *
I think you did a great job, given the material that we provided as input.
One thing I think it could be done when having so many contributions is to make more than one mix, based on the settings:
- 1 with the clean tone contributions
- 1 with slightly distorted tones
- 1 with highly distorted tones
In that way, the final mixes would have the same feeling all around (and would be much smaller tongue.gif )
For instance, mine recording and Iluha's accidentally start with the same bend, so that is easy to mix...
Soulstone's recording, for instance, is really great, but gives a totally different flavor for the music (both the tone and speed).


That's not a bad idea at all man, I'll ahve that in mind when doing my next collab. THanks for the advice! smile.gif


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cool. nice work guys!

thanks for the tips! smile.gif
yeah my sound kinda sucks, i only have my beginner guitar and a computer. that was my first proper recording so im learning. and ill experiment with my sound, it's not a very clean signal at the moment.


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post Mar 1 2008, 11:48 PM
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No disrespect of your gear or anything, my own recording was terrible man! smile.gif But as time passed I learned a few things. The main goal here is to give you that knowledge to be able to learn it faster that I once could. Keep rockin! smile.gif


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