|Originally posted by cryophonik |
The vocals sound sorta muddy and low-passed. We recorded them with a Mojave 201 FET, which is a killer mic, but has a pretty noticeable proximity effect. I probably should have had Amie back off the mic a bit. Anyway, I suggest giving them a broad, gentle cut in the 300-400 Hz range to get rid of some of that proximity effect muddiness, and maybe a slight boost in the 2-3kHz range (sweep around to see what works) to brighten them up a touch and help them cut through the mix. If there is a low-pass filter band on it, try raising the cutoff frequency to bring back some of the air/presence.
Yeah, so far I'm only using Convolution reverb Pro, ping pong and compressor so not much of EQ on this channel but I will check your suggestion about cutting some areas and lifting another , thanks.
Btw this bpm change slightly from 118 to 124 so this maybe something which by itself sounds a bit different then you use to.
Will definitely work on this and at some point get you on the board with this song
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