I made a Djentz.

Discussion in 'Recording Studio' started by TheGuitarNinja, Jan 8, 2011.

  1. TheGuitarNinja

    TheGuitarNinja or (feet)

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    Customisbetter WhiskeyTangoFoxtrot Contributor

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    Sounds pretty decent. The guitar tone is kinda dark for my taste. :cheers:
     
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    Distortion EET FUK

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    Sound awesome man, lovin' it! :)
     
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    Cyanide Assassin play me some metal!!

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    fuckin love it man. brutal as fuck with plenty of djent. drums sound good too.
     
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    You made awesome djentz.
     
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    Dude, fuck yeah.

    This is tight. The kick needs more beef/presence/clickyness/something to make it stand out...it gets lost.

    BUT, I love the song man. Nice shredding, and nice rhythm tone :)
     
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    TheGuitarNinja or (feet)

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    Thanks dudes! :D

    Stoked you like it.
     
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    TreWatson Pro Thread Killer

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    i heard no djent, but that's not what we're arguing here.

    \the drum kit feels really loose, mostly around the snare, and the overheads.

    the overheads feel like they have a shit ton of unnecessary high end on them.

    and your left guitar feels a little louder/clearer than your right.

    the snare just needs more beef, it feels so small and weak.

    overall , GREAT ideas going on, but the mix needs some more grit and low end snare, for sure.

    as some asvice as a starting point, on the cymbals, i would raise around maybe 5k, and gently slope everything after that to maybe 0db.

    give it a try and see if it doesnt fee la little more organic.
     

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