feedback: dartmouthian-4am to 4pm (dubby proggy genrebuster)

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feedback: dartmouthian-4am to 4pm (dubby proggy genrebuster)

Post by stonee » Sun Nov 14, 2010 4:08 pm

http://soundcloud.com/dartmouthian/4am-to-4pm

looking for some feedback and help balencing the mix on this track before I commit to a final mixdown.

thanks!

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Re: feedback: dartmouthian-4am to 4pm (dubby proggy genrebuster)

Post by tlennon » Mon Nov 15, 2010 4:04 am

Hey Everett. The bottom end of this track is very weak and thin. Even the kick disappears in some sections with all the energy used for the mid and high freq syth parts which are glaringly loud. You may need to sacrifice some highs to push the bottom end without digital distortion but the overall balance should be better. You may even want to use a sub bass part to double the fuzz bass. This will be difficult to achieve as there is just too much happening at the same time and freq in the mid and high end. A problem when things get too crowded. Nice track though as I enjoyed listening. Good luck!
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Re: feedback: dartmouthian-4am to 4pm (dubby proggy genrebuster)

Post by stonee » Mon Nov 15, 2010 8:32 pm

thanks tiennon!
just the type of stuff im looking for!

ya, the style I produce in definetly creates problems with over crowding...

i think I'm going to totally delete my bass patch and start from the ground up. might go with a few different basses... redo my kick for sure, and I'll definitely take a look at the eqing on the high end.

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