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Mar 5, 2009 | 3:51 PM EST
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2.6 MB
1 min 37 sec
4.36 / 5.00

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enjoy it



Rated 3 / 5 stars

Mixing issues

This is sounding pretty good!

The eurogate is EQ'd very very poorly which damages the entire song while it's in. It's a good sound, it's just blasting the mids. To remedy this, I suggest simply turning down the middle some amount, turn down the bass a bit too, but nowhere as much as the mids. The thing about a synth like the eurogate is that it's meant for a percussive effect. Eurogate produces pitches and notes in the mids range, and you want people to hear them of course-- but similar to rhythm guitars in metal music, the majority of their effect is percussive, and the best way to achieve that is to turn down the mids. Also, the speech synth is way too loud.

In lieu of you googling something broad like mastering, I'll give you a general hint. Pull up some of the test songs and put the "Fruity Spectroman" on channels, and the master. When you play the song and look at this, you can see what range instruments fall into (roughly similar to the EQ on the mixer). Notice specifically when you have a spectroman on the master track how it will tend to be LARGE -> to -> small. Higher sounds aren't often pleasing to our ears, so we keep them to a minimum. To create tension, you offset the balance between highs and lows, and then fall back to equilibrium to release.

You clearly have some amazing potential. I would look into finding some tutorials on mixing and EQ. I like the direction your going with this one, and look forward to hearing the final! Send me a PM when you get it out, yo.

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joseepabloo responds:

thank you very much, be sure that i will pm you when i finish it