Czar of Midi
Since: Apr 04, 2002
You'll find mine in the other thread. Killer stuff.
Posted on Jan 24, 2009 09:35 pm
Member Since: May 06, 2007
I started a thread on the recording portions of the forums for these tracks, and with some good replies, and things I have learned along the way the past year or so, I think I finaly got my first real project to the point where I can be proud of it.
I played engineer only, and with this being my first 'real' project, and the mixing almost done, I would like opions from some more expirienced engineers. I was asked to record an acoustic demo for a local band (and old friends) so they maybe able to land a gig a the local casinos. Please give em a listen and tell me what you think. They are very happy with it, and I am as well, but I am still somewhat new to this, and I have the bare mininum on gear for mixing.
So please, give me some opinions.
Here is a short list of things I thought needed to be done:
Vocals - Some compression; slight verb added to vocal master bus
Guitars - Nothing has been done to them, they turned out pretty decent raw and a couple others here agreed
Bass - Was recorded through a sonic maximizer/bass head through an XLR cable. The track 'The Showdown' has a little distortion in it due to the bass level being to loud - we may or may not re-record it (just a demo).
Cover song - Leroy Brown:
Cover Song - Folsom Prison Blues:
Cover Song - You're So Bad:
Original Written By Them - The Showdown:
Thanks in advance for listening!
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