|Originally posted by SystematicX1 |
Like the "idea"..Strings are nice but a little repetitive.
Your sub bass, (which I am assuming is part of your Strings/Pads) is really coming through and making it muddy almost absorbing your other tones. I would use some good EQ work on it.
Or, are you using a separate sub? If there is,is there a delay on it? Is it in mono? Seems to fill up the space in a wide spectrum which is not good for that low of a frequency.
I would also challenge you to start working with delay's and reverb on your higher frequency tones. These can add a lot of atmosphere to a track.
Keep it up man, sounding better each one and that is what you want.
Thanks! Yeah, sub bass is comming from strings, there is too much warming filter on it i guess, and a big amount of delay too. But there is some pumped up sub on that pad/bass line too. I've noticed that overall volume is low, usualy that happens when i'm overdoing reverb or warming filters... I have to listen this on good monitors, this was purely headphone mix.
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