#1
Hey

I'm a third year Music Tech student, and am in dire need of keeping my mixing skills refreshed (haven't mixed anything for a few months, been practicing my mastering instead), so I was wondering if anyone here had some unmixed wav files (or a pro tools session) that I could practice on?

Cheers!
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#3
Nice, thank you!
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#4
Quote by Valrys
Hey

I'm a third year Music Tech student, and am in dire need of keeping my mixing skills refreshed (haven't mixed anything for a few months, been practicing my mastering instead), so I was wondering if anyone here had some unmixed wav files (or a pro tools session) that I could practice on?

Cheers!



Well, I was planning to record some stuff tomorrow. If you can give me some good pointers on mic'ing an acoustic guitar with a large diaphragm condenser then I'll send you some WAV's of me covering a song if you like?
#5
There is a great thread on this at gearslutz. there's a database of some killer songs in multitrack or stem format
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#6
Stoner - Cheers

Star - I normally use 3 microphones to record acoustic guitar In my semi-educated opinion, if you've just got the one, try placing it roughly above the 12th fret, pointing down at the neck. Of course, that won't sound good with all guitars or microphones, so experiment if you don't like the sound you're getting (or the microphone is getting in the way of you playing )
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Something like that. All the while, his pants are still about his ankles and his semi erect sausage drips on the carpet as he runs around like a headless chicken...
#7
Quote by Valrys
Stoner - Cheers

Star - I normally use 3 microphones to record acoustic guitar In my semi-educated opinion, if you've just got the one, try placing it roughly above the 12th fret, pointing down at the neck. Of course, that won't sound good with all guitars or microphones, so experiment if you don't like the sound you're getting (or the microphone is getting in the way of you playing )



Wow 3? Times like this I realise how poor I am lol. What if I used the same mic, but recorded the same part 3 times, but with the mic in those three positions.


Like triple-tracking. Would that give the same effect?
#8
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Wow 3? Times like this I realise how poor I am lol. What if I used the same mic, but recorded the same part 3 times, but with the mic in those three positions.


Like triple-tracking. Would that give the same effect?

Frankly, if it's a home demo and you only have one microphone, just double track it with the mic in the same position each time - if your guitar and playing are good that'll be enough. I've never tried my mic'ing technique one mic at a time before, so I have no idea whether that'll sound good or bad. You're welcome to try it and let me know though
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#9
Quote by Valrys
Frankly, if it's a home demo and you only have one microphone, just double track it with the mic in the same position each time - if your guitar and playing are good that'll be enough. I've never tried my mic'ing technique one mic at a time before, so I have no idea whether that'll sound good or bad. You're welcome to try it and let me know though



I tried it man, it sounded pretty good. I'll post a clip up tomorrow.


And yeah I usually just one microphone for demos but I want a more professional sound, but as you have likely gathered I have no money.
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