#1
hi some of you have already had a listen

its a band that i recorded in college it was all done live with 3 vocal takes

im in a protools certified college in scotland called james watt

gear used
drums senheisser drum pack
kick e602
toms e604
snare top e604
snare bottom shure sm57
hats rode nt5
overheads se 4400

guitars
sm57
marshall dsl
1960 412 cab
vox ac30

bass
akg D112
ashdown evo

vocals
se GEMINI II

protools HD3

mac pro G5 towers

and a whole lot of digedesign gear


http://profile.ultimate-guitar.com/hans+the+lefty/music/

its called all along the watch tower mix


every one upload your mixes
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#2
Sounds great man!
Only thing I might point out is maybe turning the lead guitar down a tiny bit on the verses.
Jimi had brilliant rhythm guitar playing skills and that is a verse that is supposed to let it shine.
The lead is just a tiny bit over-powering there.
Honestly, that is just me being picky.
Sounds great!
Especially towards the end!
It blends perfectly! Keep it up!
#3
Sounds good.

The lead guitar, and left guitar in general is way too loud.
The vocals are too thin, the S's went right through me.
The drums could do with a little more punch, but that could just be because the lead is so loud.
The bass is too low.
#4
it sounds a little bit dull to my opinion some more high mid would be my recomendation (for the band that is but the voice is nice )
#6
thank i did this before my multitrack mixdown class started
jackson dk2 2008
hamer xt sunburst qt
epiphone g400
peavey vk212
morley p wah
behringer pb1000
dige bm
big muff ny
behringer dc 9 comp
member of the Jackson/Charvel Owners Club

£8.50/58fund for a ROCKTRON HUSH SUPER C PEDAL
#7
Quote by rifbirma
I accept with information:
guitars
sm57
marshall dsl
1960 412 cab
vox ac30

bass
akg D112
ashdown evo

vocals
se GEMINI II



what do you mean
jackson dk2 2008
hamer xt sunburst qt
epiphone g400
peavey vk212
morley p wah
behringer pb1000
dige bm
big muff ny
behringer dc 9 comp
member of the Jackson/Charvel Owners Club

£8.50/58fund for a ROCKTRON HUSH SUPER C PEDAL
#8
i have a new mix up
jackson dk2 2008
hamer xt sunburst qt
epiphone g400
peavey vk212
morley p wah
behringer pb1000
dige bm
big muff ny
behringer dc 9 comp
member of the Jackson/Charvel Owners Club

£8.50/58fund for a ROCKTRON HUSH SUPER C PEDAL
#9
In mix 2, you got a wierd thing going on with the drum's overheads. Lot of phase cancellation, that in itself wouldn't be too much of a problem if it wasn't the cymbals that trigger the compressor's limiter with the effect of regularly squashing and spoiling the other tracks.

Got a lot of bleeding in the tracks ?

It also seems the drums are panned too wide.

Here's a tip, before you stereo pan any tracks, do a rough mono mix to fix any phase cancellation, and eq as to hear all the instruments.

Here's a second tip, do a stereo mixdown of bass and drums, eq, compress and normalize the volume of that group, before adding other tracks to that mix.

Here's a third tip, when eq'ing the tracks in the mono mix, you should be cutting out frequencies, NOT boost them. A parametric eq, in addition to a mixer's eq, is most useful for this kind of work.

Finally, a fourth tip, after adding all the other tracks to the mix, if parts of the mixdown are cluttered, time to play flying faders: reduce the levels of the guitars, and boost them between vocals before bringing them back down when vocals kick back in.
#10
no the their isnt much spill on anything

thanks man it was done on cans im going to start again with the mixing im going to take of all the plugins
jackson dk2 2008
hamer xt sunburst qt
epiphone g400
peavey vk212
morley p wah
behringer pb1000
dige bm
big muff ny
behringer dc 9 comp
member of the Jackson/Charvel Owners Club

£8.50/58fund for a ROCKTRON HUSH SUPER C PEDAL
Last edited by hans the lefty at Dec 18, 2009,