[LAU] First single made with linux audio
julien at mail.upb.de
Fri Jun 15 20:07:52 UTC 2012
[forwarding two mails, small misfortune there :-) )
Cool, that's something to work with.
When the singer said turn down the vocals I said now they're right.
Well the snare... always the snare... this time it has a very low sound
itself, just as if it were half a bass drum, we need someone who knows
how to tune a drum and actually really does...
Well I can tell you the mixing problem here: I would have made it
brighter but the mic was turned a little too much in the direction of
So the ride is in the snare channel.
In the panorama the snare channel is a little right from the center. The
ride is way left... as soon as i give in more brightness to the snare,
the ride start wobbling indifferently through the panorama.
So what to do about that?
Look for some (more) frequencies that are good for snare and bad for
ride in the snare channel and boost em up a few dbs?
On 15.06.2012 21:26, Julien Claassen wrote:
> I list3ened to them. First of all: it's not my style of music. But
> from what I've heard, I definitely say this. Raise the level of the
> vocals in contrast to the rest of the band.
> And you have to do something to the snare. It's very dull, especially
> because it has to fight the very brilliantly mixed guitars.
> I hope, you take this as a compliment: but the rest of the mix sounds
> artfully trashy. It fits nicely with the music, this dirty tone, this
> rough, slurred feeling to it.
> Kind regards
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Such Is Life: Very Intensely Adorable;
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====== Find my music at ======
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