Feedback on Recording
Posted on Mar 07, 2007 07:30 am
Member Since: Aug 13, 2006
Ok, I have taken everyones awesome advice and finally finished recording and mixing my first song. This is our band Witch's Mark and the song is called The Calling. How does it sound and how can I improve it?? It's located in the Members Music/Rock genre here: www.homerecordingconnecti...ro&cat_id=1
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Mar 07, 2007 07:33 am topic moved to proper forum, as stated in forum rules.
Mar 07, 2007 08:24 am ooops, sorry bout that.
Since: Aug 13, 2006
tonyd1970The fat one always watches us.Member
Mar 07, 2007 09:36 am had a listen (work headphones) sounds great.
Since: Nov 08, 2002
the synth gets a little loud... but other than that great- well done. thumbs up
TallChapAnswer:On a good day, lipstick.Member
Mar 07, 2007 11:01 am Sounds like Grace Slick singing!
Since: Jun 24, 2004
Good stuff. Listening on small work speakers, but I can't really define the bass, and the drums seem to be in their own frequency.
A little more mixing, and you'll be stylin'.
Mar 12, 2007 02:50 pm Testing new SIG
Since: Aug 13, 2006
Noize2uCzar of MidiAdministrator
Mar 12, 2007 06:00 pm I loved the vocals for sure, nice sound. I agree that synth pass could come down a little bit in the mix as it is a bit intense when it goes off. The bass is indeed not very present in the mix at all. I would hammer it with some heavy compression and a little EQ to give it its own space in the mix. The guitar sound is OK and if the other parts are fixed up a bit should be fine. The drums are what really need the work though to get them sitting back a little in the mix.
Since: Apr 04, 2002
Overall though I like the feel of the song and the arrangement as well. Very well done, has a very good vibe to it for sure.
Mar 12, 2007 06:19 pm Not my style of music, but I can appreciate a good tune when I hear it. Follow the advice that these other guys have given...thay know what they're talking about. Yeah, the vocals are great.
Keep working on it...it has a lot of potential!
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