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    Cool Atomicburn

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    This is a track i recorded for the band called Atomicburn

    Playing live at home.

    Its called "Trip Song"

    http://www.thinkingoutsidethebox.ca/...rip%20Song.mp3

    For eather your listing pleasure or torture

    Have fun
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    man...that sounds like it was a headache to mix.

    suggestions. just my opinions.

    1. snare - i'd like a little more meat on it, thicker, a mid to low end 'thwap' maybe(that's an engineering term in spanish) .might help bring it out front more.
    2. synth - i'd like to hear that pulled back just a tad, tucked in a little more. I can't tell if you did it, but maybe some panning here and there to psychodelic-ize the effect more (what?)
    3. kick - i'd like a tad more kick. I like the tone once the bass comes in with it - but when it's alone at the beginning, it feels like it needs a tad more low end. But when the bass comes in, they marry up nicely.
    4. good job on the temp0 changes...the first time it goes to slow down, i though the drummer messed up.

    i need some tylenol...

    cholo

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    Thanks for the reply

    Quote Originally Posted by elcholo View Post
    man...that sounds like it was a headache to mix.

    suggestions. just my opinions.

    1. snare - i'd like a little more meat on it, thicker, a mid to low end 'thwap' maybe(that's an engineering term in spanish) .might help bring it out front more.
    2. synth - i'd like to hear that pulled back just a tad, tucked in a little more. I can't tell if you did it, but maybe some panning here and there to psychodelic-ize the effect more (what?)
    3. kick - i'd like a tad more kick. I like the tone once the bass comes in with it - but when it's alone at the beginning, it feels like it needs a tad more low end. But when the bass comes in, they marry up nicely.
    4. good job on the temp0 changes...the first time it goes to slow down, i though the drummer messed up.

    i need some tylenol...

    cholo

    Thanks for the info

    Hope your headache goes away

    here is what i used just in case your wondering

    The tracks were recorded with 2x apex 180 small condensers for drum over head
    The Hi Hat was a EV ND478 (some mixdowns this track was not needed)
    The Snare was a EV ND478
    The kick was a Shure beta 52A
    The Bass used a Klark Teknik DN100 active direct box phantom powered
    The guitar used a Klark Teknik DN100 active direct box phantom powered placed after the FX pedels
    The key board was given two channels direct to the FF800 (custom cable was used)

    The audio interface was a RME-Audio FireFace 800 and the other mic channels were supplied by
    A RME-Audio Octamix D a 8 channel mic to adat interface that was pluged into the adat port1
    On the FF800.
    Recorded on a P4 with Tracktion
    monitors for the band were EV ZX1's on a alto mac 2.2 amp
    hooked to the FF800
    the control area was using Yorkville YSm1p's
    also hooked into the FF800

    thats what i used

    There were no snake's injured during the recording of this track
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    Cool tune Geek....sounds pretty good. I can make out all teh instruments pretty well, and this is a busy style. Pretty interesting stuff.....I have no idea what you'd really call it, but it's kinda fun.
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    Very interesting tune, I enjoyed listening.
    I rather agree with elcholo's suggestions concerning the mix.

    Thanks for sharing.

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    Yeah that opening synth is ear-splitting. It stays that way throughout. I had to turn it way down to keep my dogs from freaking out.

    Besides that, I'd just recommend working on the drums more. I really like the general beat and timing changes, but they sound very raw. Too raw for this genre. The hats and cymbals are kinda sloppy sounding. I basically agree with the other comments about the drums.

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    Thank for the input

    Thanks for the input

    At least I have a good idea now what needs to done.

    Good to have other sets of ears

    Work in progress


    Thanks SG
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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg_L View Post
    Yeah that opening synth is ear-splitting. It stays that way throughout. I had to turn it way down to keep my dogs from freaking out.
    The sound you are hearing is the Guitar track the player is using this
    EBOW http://www.stringsandbeyond.com/ebelbowforgu.html

    then run through a FX pedel to a DI box

    But thanks for the input
    Last edited by SuperGeek; 09-14-2007 at 07:27. Reason: added info
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    Well whatever it is, it's a cool sound. Just turn it down some.

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