#1
http://profile.ultimate-guitar.com/12Jim34/music/play1043342

I just got myself a new Line 6 Pod UX1 and i've been playing around with it along with addictive drums. I came up with this short metal thing to test out how it sounded and i want as many opinions as possible!

C4C if you leave a link, youtube or UG profiles etc. I will crit back

So i'm mainly looking for opinions, advice, comments and constructive criticisms for the MIX and PRODUCTION of this track but any replies are appreciated! Cheers,

Jim
#2
Need to cut guitars at 4k so they don't sound like plastic. They could also do with a little less gain I think, that'll help with the fizz. Kick is also a bit low, not punchy at all. The bass or third guitar track, can't really tell which it is, that's centered also sounds really... floppy I guess.
#4
Ok thanks for the feedback! It was a quick mix on my headphones late at night and listening back now, yeah i notice some of the stuff you said Odirunn. I have a couple questions so i hope you check back.

What frequency would you suggest boosting the kick drum? Right now i've put a narrow boost at 70hz and a narrow cut at the same place on everything else (all guitars and bass). Would you suggest a wider boost or just at a different frequency or what?

Also by floppy you could mean the treble on the bass guitar? I turned the mids and treble up a little because it was the only way i could make the bass actually noticeable rather than just filling in the low end. However the frequency in which i boosted it (about 600hz i think), there was a dip in the frequency spectrum analyser so i thought it wouldn't do any harm... So is there any other ways you would suggest achieving the 'noticeable' bass thing?

And one more thing, is it a good idea to have a centre-panned guitar? Without it, the mix just sounds a bit empty and weak. But with it, it covers up the bass...

Thanks very much

- Jim
Last edited by 12Jim34 at Sep 14, 2011,