seriously need some feedback on rough mix.
for my third song i completely redid the way i look at producing and the results look good so far.
-on my to do list: cymbals, bass, something different for the intro and the leads in the chorus (blegh),humanizing and fixing ghost notes on the reinforced drums, eq on acoustics in intro, atomate volumes and eq.
what i need help on:
-how do you eq synths. ive got a midi violin mixed with a harp and a wierd synth (cant remember what its called) combined with some action pads during verse and chorus.
-clarity in rythum guitars: they sound much bigger then last time but still horribly muddy. mulitiple cuts and boosts in the mids where it sound appropriate. this helped alot but i have no idea what else needs to done cause it sounds like i forgot somthing.
-stereo on mono solos: i copied the solos and made a track that was purley stereo delay with slight differences in timing for width (cool tip i got from johnny). the problem is now the solos sound artificial. do you guys know any other ways to widen a mono track or am i stuck.
-ideas for percusion in the intro: tried slow, weak and/or very digital sounding drums but all sounded like crap.
-anything else that stands out to you other than what i previously stated, i know volumes are off i was rushed to bounce this before break.
toms-what do you guys do to make your toms stand out? mine sound almost transparent in all my mixes. its kinda wierd cause the samples are pretty punchy.
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