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    LATIN ROCK w/Rami on drums

    Thanks Rami for adding drums to this.

    How's the balance between the guitars and drumset?
    How's the EQ balance on each?
    Any dynamics problems?

    Tim

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timothy Lawler
    LATIN ROCK w/Rami on drums

    Thanks Rami for adding drums to this.

    How's the balance between the guitars and drumset?
    How's the EQ balance on each?
    Any dynamics problems?

    Tim
    Very Tasty! Love the live drums. Performances on drums and guitars is nothing short of fabulous.

    Listening on my PC speakers, so FWIW here are a few things that I thought about while listening:

    - love the tone on the lead/left guitar in the upper ranges but on the lower notes it seemed to be a bit thick.

    - drums were right on the money volume wise. And that snare...nice...hmmm wondering if that's with the new pre.... The levels are perfect for this style and the rolls/cymbals just right.

    - the second lead guitar that brings the lead back in seemed to be a bit lower than the main lead but not sure if I wouldn't bring it up just when it starts to emphasize that part a bit more.

    - the balance is great between all the instruments and that's attributable to the panning to a certain extent. I wondered though since the lead was the main part (like a vocal) what it might sound like in the center of the mix. But then you might need some more on the left to balance that off so maybe that doesn't apply in this scenario.

    - the rhythm guitar is great as is...

    Other than the tiny bit of bottom end on the lead, the rest was perfect - just personal preference mix-wise. Excellent job - this one gets downloaded for sure....

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    great song guys! I think the eq on the guitar and drums are perfect. The drums are a bit loud for my taste. I grew up on the old chuck berry/chess like stuff, where the vocalist/lead whatever, was way on top, and the bass and drums way in the back. So, don't take my comment to seriously. Walter
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    Good stuff guys..........
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    WOW!!!!! This is freaking great dudes!!!! Nice!!!!!

    Um, balance and stuff....yeah....Tim, did you mix this? Whomever....nice. Yes, I'd say you have a very good balance all around. No peaks, or noisy spots here...Smooth playing all around. Nice Santana style vibe.....I really like it. Very good intereaction between the parts...the sound field was filled up very nicely. What more can I say???
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    Quote Originally Posted by Timothy Lawler
    LATIN ROCK w/Rami on drums

    Thanks Rami for adding drums to this.

    How's the balance between the guitars and drumset?
    How's the EQ balance on each?
    Any dynamics problems?

    Tim

    Very nice work all round!

    The only constructive criticism I can offer is that my personal preference would be to take a little roundness (lows) off the lead melody line playing guitar, just to give it a little more edge (for the love off a better description I can't quite come up with).

    Very soothing Tim and RAMI,

    Gorty

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    This is what you would truly call rock.

    The guitar is just rockin'. The lead guitar tone is pretty priceless.

    The rhythm playing is nice, playful, and without it the track wouldn't have the same energy.

    The drums are very Dire Straits in places especially with the open hats. And that's a good thing.

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    Great track guys, I remeber hearing this without real drums before and this was a huge improvement.

    Great beats from "Ramster, the mean hamster"

    Quality axework from Tim.

    Now get some bass in there, and voila Woodstock

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    Really cool tune, it's just a matter of taste, but I would have added a bit more overdrive to the 'main' lead guitar.. just to add some more of that mellow tone to those double/triple stops.

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    Nice Tune and great mix.

    Good job guys.
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