Originally posted by Richard Butler
There is nothing in your link mate!
Thanks for the comments - the mixing is dreadful on my work pc speakers today - damned I need someone to mix this.
The bass is taking over - I keep shaving away low frequency content - even automating the low freqs to fit with the drums but it's still way too much but when I shave low freqs away it doesn't sound nearly as good and juicey on my studio monitors.
Any suggestions? Do I just keep on removing more low freqs and be brutal about it?
Link is updated now , bit different to d&b now tho
Some of the perc loops that come in sound a bit loud, maybe try get an overall balance so that you can hear everything but nothing is overpowering other elements
Cant hear the low end on laptop, but not sure if shaving the low end is a good idea, what about just lowing the volume? Is a sub part on its own causing the problems as in do you have the basses split?
Registered: Jun 2003
juan: do you think originality is a sound property? lol. if everyone was using it it wouldn't be original anymore would it? (even though the actual sound would be the same). originality isn't objective you know.
Registered: Aug 2004
Originally posted by Juan Paulino
Its a basic vengeance uplifting trance kick.