#3
i played with eq already,i will try chan supression thanks.Any other suggestions guys?
#4
the first thing i noticed was that the tuning seems off. the second is that you haven't panned the guitar, and it's way too loud for the rest of the mix.

i don't think the guitar tone is actually that bad, but then again i'm not sure what kind of tone you're going for.
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#5
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the first thing i noticed was that the tuning seems off. the second is that you haven't panned the guitar, and it's way too loud for the rest of the mix.

i don't think the guitar tone is actually that bad, but then again i'm not sure what kind of tone you're going for.


i tuned my guitar today Its louder couse i did it on purpose so you can hear it better and what is panned? Do you mean double tracking right ,left?
#6
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i tuned my guitar today



problem #1. You gotta tune more often than that. I tune literally between each take.

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try E.Q and side chain compression


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