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    Good Timing - Son's Will Recorded in my Studio!

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    We recorded this today with my make shift "Vocal Booth" and the AKG Perception 220/ SM57 for guitar on a Bugera v22/Fender Blues Jr.

    Hope You like!!

    -MaVN
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    Hello there, the instruments levels are way off, voice sounds too hot, i didn't like the drums, there are a couple of mistakes, i think they are not well recorded, i mean with proper mics, anyway everything is there, but are also to low. I recommend use electronic drums if you can't record them properly. I barely can hear the bass, is there right?. Is that the sound you want for the guitars? I'm sure you can do better, a little eq on them, and also, try to match the harmonies, the guitars are not hitting together the notes.

    Ok, is not everything bad for me, i like the vocals and the rhythm, not bad at all, seems like a driving song, and the most important thing is that i enjoyed the song, not my coup of tea, but i can hear it completely.

    My advice, read some manuals about equalization, compression, limiting, etc. And take a look on Addictive Drums or Superior Drummer on youtube. All this will take your song to the next level.

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    Thanks for the crit man. I'll go try some stuff and post a reply!
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    The playing and song itself are great. The mix...well it's kinda dry and needs some tweaks to get it to sound a little bouncier.
    Drums - too low, Guitars - too loud, Vocals - too dry and loud
    What reverb do you have available? Agian this is a great tune that just needs some level matching/comp/reverb.

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    Drums are WAY too quiet, and sound pretty boxy.

    Cool song, I like the hendrix vocal delivery.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ido1957 View Post
    The playing and song itself are great. The mix...well it's kinda dry and needs some tweaks to get it to sound a little bouncier.
    Drums - too low, Guitars - too loud, Vocals - too dry and loud
    What reverb do you have available? Agian this is a great tune that just needs some level matching/comp/reverb.
    Agreed. Good performances, but all the levels are out of whack. The bass is barely there, the guitars and vocals way too loud and the drums practically disappear in the chorus.

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    Agree with the above comments. Too dry and the balances are generally off a bit.

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    Yup. Sounds like most of it was recorded and mixed in a foam-laden booth.

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