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Mix Critiques and Feedback / Live Ska Recording
« Last post by Lead_Airplanes on September 16, 2015, 07:13:26 AM »
Hey everyone, I've been doing live sessions at a radio station recently and was hoping I could get some feedback on one of the tracks. All of the instruments and vocals are 100% live with the exception of a kick trigger blended with the real kick sound. Although the mix is finalized, I'd love any pointers you can give me. Thanks!

Tutorials and Instruction / Re:
« Last post by jameanimey on September 14, 2015, 03:39:07 AM »

Many times Although the data is intact. But it makes us understand the essence of this knowledge.
Mixoff Book Club / Re: Audio Basics and Audio Acoustics series... good stuff!
« Last post by jameanimey on September 14, 2015, 03:38:55 AM »

It is very good too. For the knowledge of good reading today.

Mix Critiques and Feedback / Re: A pop-rock female voxed song
« Last post by SummerShort on September 09, 2015, 02:29:28 PM »
Thanks for the feedback!

Have just noticed the reply in this thread.
The sample pack is Rock EZX blended with RoomSound samples (which are my favourite for rock).

I'll definitely ask the band, regarding making a mix-off out of this song. :)
Mix Engineers For Hire / Mixing (and recording) services at Underhill Recording (CT)!
« Last post by rj46g on September 08, 2015, 12:03:31 AM »
Hello all!

My name is Ralph and I'm the founder of Underhill Recording in Windsor Locks, CT. I offer recording, mixing, producing and mastering services to musicians looking to take their sound to the next level. You can visit my Facebook page at for more info!

This video features some work I've done and a short blurb of what the studio is about:

E-mail for any questions and inquiries!

Your site has no content under "Services" or "Portfolio"... at least in Firefox on Windows.

What are your mastering rates like?
Mix Critiques and Feedback / Re: Rate my mix (Symphonic Metal)
« Last post by memecode on August 27, 2015, 01:08:29 AM »
Honestly, while I know that the style of music is famous for a scooped guitar sound, you could afford to bring a little more mids back to the guitars. They just sound buzzy at the moment.

Male vox at 2:02 seems a little dark EQ wise. Maybe less low mids and more treble?
Mix Critiques and Feedback / Re: Farewell - Steven Leonardi and Hengky Jie
« Last post by memecode on August 27, 2015, 01:00:02 AM »
There is not much bass in the overall mix. Things like the kick and bass guitar should fill out the bottom end more (This might be a monitoring issue, as Bass response of your monitors will cause you to think you have lots of bottom end when in fact you don't). The electric guitars have a LOT of high mid content in the 2.5-3.5k area. This doesn't sound natural to me. They'll sound warmer if you pull a bit of that out and let the lower mids (500-1.5k) come through.

Mix Critiques and Feedback / mixing stoner/noiserock. what do you think?
« Last post by erea on August 23, 2015, 06:08:38 PM »
hi there dudes
my first topic on this forum

here i'm mixing my band's song. i'm a newbie in mixing. doing it on my PC, only vst.

the song was recorded like: drums and bass were recorded in the same room all at once, with some acoustic shields. miced kick, snare etc. big muff bass with 2 mics, NO D.I. then 2 guitars miced 2 on front, 1 back and 1 room. (i've muted back and room mics because they make more noise then pure sound). vocals as usual.

my mixing references are like Unsane's 2012 album "Wreck".
noisy noise rock

So, i appreciate any suggestions on how to make instruments sound more separate, especially guitars. and any other advices for a newbie.

Mix Critiques and Feedback / Farewell - Steven Leonardi and Hengky Jie
« Last post by StevenLeo on August 20, 2015, 05:45:21 PM »
Hi guys,

this is my very first self produced song (assisted by a friend for sure in the tracking process)

please kindly give me some (hopefully clear) correction.

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