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    Hey, got any mix suggestions? Any suggestions on tracking for future reference? Any new barbecue recipes? Help me out, i'm starving.

    http://home.comcast.net/~briefcasema..._mix_8_mp3.mp3

    There is some sibilance problems, but i'll take care of that before all is said and done, it's boring though.
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    this is awesome. kind of the direction elliot smith was heading on the last album. what kind of guitar do you use?

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    I didn't write this, just recorded it. I think it was mostly a les paul jr. though, possibly some telecaster got in there too though, i don't remember the exact details. My whole life is a haze.
    Be true, gentle warrior. Stay with me through the night, my fine stallion, you incredible and powerful beast.

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    Are the vocals doubled or did you split one signal? They sound a little muffled but the stereo effect is great. Yeah the sibilance is there as you mentioned....
    Claps are a nice touch. Maybe the lead on the solo on the left could be a little louder... Overall a pretty nice sounding mix though.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by ido1957
    Are the vocals doubled or did you split one signal? They sound a little muffled but the stereo effect is great. Yeah the sibilance is there as you mentioned....
    Claps are a nice touch. Maybe the lead on the solo on the left could be a little louder... Overall a pretty nice sounding mix though.....
    doubled with a harmony vox track down the center.
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    i definitely hear the vocals being muffled but what is covering it up, if you can tell?
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    cool song. nice playing and production too. all round good stuff man. who's the band?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TravisinFlorida
    cool song. nice playing and production too. all round good stuff man. who's the band?
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    Do you guys think it's too midrangey? Someone said it was too bright, but I'm not hearing that other than the sibilance. Also I think I'm gonna back off the limiter about a db or so for the final mix. Give it a bit more breathing room.
    Be true, gentle warrior. Stay with me through the night, my fine stallion, you incredible and powerful beast.

    Wild Hogan Recording

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    I'm not really noticing anything wrong with the vocals (besides the sibilance) or the overall mix. Maybe like Ido mentioned, the left lead could be louder. but overall I think it sounds very good.

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