Death Metal Mix Test: Slams, Podfarm and SD2.0

Discussion in 'Recording Studio' started by fuhugwagads, Jun 10, 2012.

  1. fuhugwagads

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    Critique everything please. Specifically the vocals are why I posted it though, I wanted them to sit fairly even with the track so they didn't overshadow the music but I'm not sure if they are too quiet. If you hear anything else off tell me, it won't hurt my feelings. :metal:

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  2. square stomp

    square stomp stomp the square

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    Sounds good!
    The vocals do need to be more "present" though. Maybe try eq and compression rather than simply boosting the volume?
     
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    brutalslam SLAMZ

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    Sounds good :metal:

    I usually do a bit of compression and eq some different frequencies when it comes to vocals.
     
  4. ConnorGilks

    ConnorGilks Still can't play.

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    I agree about the vocals as well. I feel like the drums are a bit too high and the guitar a bit too low, volume-wise, but I think that's more taste than actually an issue with the mix. Sounds great!
     
  5. iRaiseTheDead

    iRaiseTheDead Ashes Of Rebirth

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    This isn't bad, I'm digging the guitar tone :) Very Old-School Death Metal sounding :D
     

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