[LAU] My mix of Dave's Blues
wizardofgosz at gmail.com
Tue Jun 26 21:17:06 UTC 2012
On Tue, 2012-06-26 at 23:10 +0200, Julien Claassen wrote:
So who all has contributed mixes up to this point? Not sure I have
heard all of them.
> Hi Massy!
> Nice work. That sounds like Nama is getting an outing. :-)
> So youalso decided for the rather dry and small version, what I call
> singer/songwriter sound. did you add any reverb at all? If so, it was done
> very subtlely. For my liking it's a little to narrow in the stereo panorama.
> did you apply EQ'ing and/or filtering to the instruments?
> It's certainly a mix to listen to. But it still feels a little bass heavy
> (maybe around the good old 150Hz point, but not sure). It's definitely a
> working mix, in contrast to a working-mix, if you catch my meaning. Still I
> feel, that you might have used reverb a little more liberally overall.
> compression seems allright. In the beginning I had the feeling, that it
> sounded overcompressed, but that quickly disappated. If the sounds had a
> little more room to breathe, I feel, that it would also be transparent enough.
> So basically frequencies seem OK.
> But now, that all five mixes are supposedly in, I'd still vote for Jason's
> mix a smy favourite. Due to the drums of course, but also due to the general
> atmosphere, the room, the EQ'ing. Perhaps not totally faithful, to what there
> was originally, but very pleasant to the ear of the beholder, in that case
> being me. :-) No slamming of any other mix, there wasn't any mix among them,
> which I would happily take and listen to again. They were all in their own
> ways faithful to the piece.
> Warmly yours
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