check this out if you have time and feel like helping me out
Posted on Jun 16, 2005 12:18 pm
Member Since: Apr 27, 2002
please check out this new recording....its a rough mix that i gave the band to take home but somehow made its way onto the internet...
myspace.com/anonymouslyyours its called "pots and pans" not the acoustic version..
let me know what you guys think of this premix, so i can take your thoughts into consideration before it has to be done on saturday...
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Jun 16, 2005 01:48 pm ya seem to have little or no reverb on the drums (well from what i can hear) and a bit more on the guitar....i'd like to hear the opposite to where the drums had more verb and the guitar had a bit less....
my 2 cents
Jun 16, 2005 01:53 pm nah...thats a pretty good suggestion...any recommendation on what type of reverb? i always seem to spoil my drum tracks with reverb...i know it needs it...but im scared, cause i always ruin them...
Jun 16, 2005 01:55 pm use and aux buss, and cut the highs out of the signal gooin' to the reverb, use a nice hall or something, and maybe even compress it to let the room breathe with the music....i use 3 reverbs with drums...kick, snare, and overhead.....
Jun 16, 2005 11:27 pm i already compress my snare tracks to make them snap...but whats the purpose for cutting some of the highs?
Jun 16, 2005 11:57 pm Try adding the reverb without cutting the highs and listen to what it sounds like. The extreme highs become very harsh and ring out when you add reverb. I looked in your profile and you list sound forge as one of your tools. If you open your file in sound forge and apply a one of their reverb effects, when you look at the bottom of the effect control panel that pops up you will see a section that asks if you want to trim the highs and lows. Play with that a little to get it where you like. Take care!
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