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    On first listen, it sounded to me like there was a delay on the vocal, which when combined with the large amount of vibrato makes for a really slappy sound. Am I wrong? Am I really hearing a delay on the vocals? I'm curious just what I'm hearing. If it's there, I think removing it would help.
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    The melody sounds like this song.
    I like to Ride the Waves...

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    There is a delay in there. I think that it is mostly swallowed by the much stronger reverb, but I can see what I can do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hemluth View Post
    http://www.box.net/shared/cgxbv2yzxj

    I have increased the power of the drums and also of the general bass frequences. The drums, especially the kick, should be a lot stronger now. I hope that it will sound better.

    And thanks a lot for commenting.
    There you go... I like this mix much better, personally.

    Now this is nitpicking, but IMO, the snare would sound better with a bit shorter of a reverb tail, more so during the pre-rock portion of the song.

    Good job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mattdee1 View Post
    There you go... I like this mix much better, personally.

    Now this is nitpicking, but IMO, the snare would sound better with a bit shorter of a reverb tail, more so during the pre-rock portion of the song.

    Good job.
    Thanks a lot!

    I am actually a fan of snares of the 80's. In my world, there is no such thing as a too long reverb tail wth a snare drum.

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    It's admirable that you posted something a bit out the ordinary here. It isn't very often that we get to listen to music such as this is.

    It's wonderful!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hemluth View Post
    Thanks a lot!

    I am actually a fan of snares of the 80's. In my world, there is no such thing as a too long reverb tail wth a snare drum.
    Well then, I guess the 'verby snare lives.

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    New mix again;

    http://www.box.net/shared/rtexnyrilm

    I put the very lowest bass frequences up slightly more. I figured the bass is actually quite a bit more quiet in the end (with the 16th), so I put put that one up some more in the ending. I thought that there was too little back beat with so much gained bass, so I put the snare up som more (I am into overpowered snares really, and this was sounding a bit weak compared to the bass drum). I also put the end solo guitar up some more at some occasions.

    Thanks everyone for commenting!

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