#1
Heres a clip of a song im covering called Spectrum by ZEDD, i need some serious C4C as far as quality or mixing or mastering etc.

i can never seem to get that pro metal sound.

http://profile.ultimate-guitar.com/mikevmpr3/music/all/play1267413
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--The Rig--
Peavey 5150 Head
BBE 362 SONIC MAXIMIZER
dbx 266xl COMPRESSOR GATE
Q215 PEAVEY EQ
Mesa 4x12 Standard Rectifier cab
ESP,LTD Viper 400 baritone (fitted with EMG81,85 actives)
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#2
I thought it sounded great. Production sounds good, mixing is a little off to my ear, everything is loud but it's difficult to hear all the instruments. Take some of the mids out and see how it sounds--if i had to guess, it sounds like mids are over 12pm, dial them back to about 11ish and turn the bass up a tiny bit. The tone is great though, i love it.

C4C brother https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1647352
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#3
http://profile.ultimate-guitar.com/mikevmpr3/music/all/play1267537

new clip. What i did this time is simply compress the instruments accordingly across the mixer with minimal individual eq except cuts where it counts ie:3khz, lowered the volume on everything individually so everything peaks right below the 0db point(i didnt even notice my drums were clipping like a mother) I finished by mastering using Izotope ozone and hell it makes a difference compared to the stock mastering suite it comes with.
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--The Rig--
Peavey 5150 Head
BBE 362 SONIC MAXIMIZER
dbx 266xl COMPRESSOR GATE
Q215 PEAVEY EQ
Mesa 4x12 Standard Rectifier cab
ESP,LTD Viper 400 baritone (fitted with EMG81,85 actives)
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