#1
Hey guys. Recently I've done my first mix. Basically played rhythm guitar over the drum beat and did some improvising to fill it out. I know everything is kinda sloppy but Im interested in your thoughts about the overall sound. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NXqmiDoDEvA
I used Digitech rp 150 and audacity. And also, is there a way to create more complicated drum sections and put it as an audacity track? Some program or something? Im beginner and totally lost..
#2
Mikavec,
I would check into toontrack EZDrummer 2. I know earlier you could demo it on your computer to make sure it works OK......ahh yes, here is a link:

http://www.toontrack.com/product/ezdrummer-2/

I heard a fair amount of amp/guitar buzz, or some sort of buzz early in your tune. It might be your guitar pick-ups reacting to your computer monitor or a particular light. The guitar playing sounds quite good, though the last few seconds seemed kind of cheesy and out of place.

Perhaps you could check out my music at this link:

https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?p=33667929#post33667929
#4
Hey guys. Recently I've done my first mix. Basically played rhythm guitar over the drum beat and did some improvising to fill it out. I know everything is kinda sloppy but Im interested in your thoughts about the overall sound.[/QUOTE

There's some crazy buzz in the beginning. Is it intentional? I think it sounds surprisingly nice overall, the drums and lead guitar are fine at least, the rhythm guitar is a bit fizzy though. I'd probably use less gain, maybe add a touch of mids. But it's a great start.

Quote by Mikavac
I used Digitech rp 150 and audacity. And also, is there a way to create more complicated drum sections and put it as an audacity track? Some program or something? Im beginner and totally lost..


EZ drummer as mentioned is a nice software. So is superior drummer, or so I've heard.

But audacity is actually a somewhat bad DAW. It's nice for beginners sure, but lacks a lot of options and has compatibility issues if I recall correctly. Have you thought of Reaper? It has an infinite free trial, and costs only 60$ anyway which is really cheap.
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