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    Rough mix.....stoner rock....halp!

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    Listened from work, so bad speakers.. But what the hell are you talking about?.. Sounded way cool enough.

    I'd make it a tad heavier, but that's a matter of taste..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jouni
    Listened from work, so bad speakers.. But what the hell are you talking about?.. Sounded way cool enough.

    I'd make it a tad heavier, but that's a matter of taste..
    make it heavier how?
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    b-b-b-bump.
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    Sounds awfully bass heavy to me. Guitars need to be bigger. More crack in the snare, maybe a bit less 60hz in the kick.

    It's not bad though........

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    I would add some swells in the background and some swampy reverb sounds way off in the distant like bells.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NL5
    Sounds awfully bass heavy to me. Guitars need to be bigger. More crack in the snare, maybe a bit less 60hz in the kick.

    It's not bad though........
    How would you suggest I make the guitars sound bigger? I agree about the kick.
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    The guitars do need to be bigger. Try tracking the again with different amps or diffferent settings, until you can do 2 tracks left 75% and 2 right 75%.

    The vocals need to come down a bit, or the rest of the mix up....

    Sounds pretty good though!

    Reminds me a little of Fu Manchu or 60 Watt Shaman.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amra
    The guitars do need to be bigger. Try tracking the again with different amps or diffferent settings, until you can do 2 tracks left 75% and 2 right 75%.

    The vocals need to come down a bit, or the rest of the mix up....

    Sounds pretty good though!

    Reminds me a little of Fu Manchu or 60 Watt Shaman.
    That's the sound he said he wanted when we were tracking. Anything I can do to make them sound bigger right now?
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    Try some light "vocal style" compression to slightly boost the overall volume...
    Something like a -20 threshold, 2 or 3 to 1 with a soft knee, and enough makeup gain to bring the guitars up front a little more.

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