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05-09-2012 07:32 AM
Thanks a lot! I appreciate your help! :thu: I made it downloadable. Just to give you an idea what I did in my last mix: I changed the hipass filter on the bass and drum to 40Hz. I added a bit of reverb to the drums and boosted the highs a bit. I also boosted the lower frequencies on both bass and drums a bit.
The bass and kick dont sound any better to me. Take a section and make it downloadable. I'll analise the responce with har bal and give you a chart where you got to fix the lows.
05-09-2012 10:13 AM
What do you think?
05-10-2012 02:17 AM
Thanks a lot ! I might get back to you
I think, and because I like the guitars... you give me the unprocessed guitar tracks, and I play bass and drum to it, and I quickly mix it for you. Then this song will work on highest niveau. But in the next 3 weeks I don't have time to do it. Just let me know.
05-10-2012 05:11 AM
05-10-2012 07:57 AM
Wow ! First of all, thank you very, very much! I just downloaded and listened to your mix of this and it sounds much better! Weird thing is, in my last mix I adjusted the hi-pass filters of the bass and the drums to 40Hz, so I have no clues where the frequency cut-off around 100Hz is coming form :idk: Maybe I accidentally did that in an EQ on the master bus. I will go back into my Cubase project session and look if I can find where this happened. What is DC offset? And what kind of software did you use to make these frequency graphs? Would Ozone 5 let you do something like that? I'm asking since I just ordered Ozone 5 and I should get it tomorrow What would you suggest for me to do in order to fix this in the mix rather than in the mastering stage? Should I just boost some frequencies in the 40-100Hz range on the master bus or would it be better to do that only on the bass and the drum tracks? Lars
I did a quick analisis and its just what I suspected. If you look carefully at the first photo you see how all the lows are rolled off below 100hz.
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