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Anyone want to mix?

Discussion in 'Recording' started by edaub1, May 20, 2010.

  1. edaub1

    edaub1 Active Member

    This might be asking alot... BUT

    Im curious to see how my miking techniques are compared to my mixing skills.
    I've mixed it myself bunch of times.. but I'm interested to see how a more experienced engineer would work with it.

    Would anyone be interested in mixing tracks to a song i made?

    Decent amount of tracks... in the teens.
  2. mrmelody

    mrmelody Active Member

    Hi edaub1,
    Depending on your time frame, I would love to mix some tracks for you.

    First I need to know if you can submit OMF files or if it's just waves.

    Also, we need to discuss how to send me the tracks.

  3. RemyRAD

    RemyRAD Guest

    So do you want me to mix in the box or do I get to use my Neve, API, UREI, Lexicon, DBX stuff? No! Wait! Can I use both?

    We could use AOL Instant Messenger for real-time unlimited size file transfers. Or you could post each individual track as a song on many of the available services on the Internet.

    Hybrid mixing
    Mx. Remy Ann David
  4. edaub1

    edaub1 Active Member

    Thanks guys,
    No time frame.. and you can use whatever you'd like.. It be nice if you could let me know what equipment you used though. I will post the files by tomorrow..
    I really want to see if my mics and interface need to be upgraded...
    So hopefully this will tell me if i can get a good finished product with my miking skills..
  5. BushmasterM4

    BushmasterM4 Active Member

    Im game. Wheres the link to the tracks.
  6. BushmasterM4

    BushmasterM4 Active Member

    I bet you drive a Prius. :)
  7. RemyRAD

    RemyRAD Guest

    Au contraire. I not only don't drive a Prius, I drive a gas guzzling Chevy Van & an equally hungry Mercedes-Benz 1117. If I can get some extra cash flowing, I'll even restore my 1982 Honda Silverwing. My hybrid workflow just happens to be part analog & part digital. Sometimes mixing in analog. Sometimes mixing in the box. Sometimes having both on the same CD. And although I have my preferences I'm fairly consistent either way. If I track/record through the Neve, API's, I'll frequently mix in the computer. If tracks come in recorded through something else, I may pass them through the Neve for mixing, or just for the tone and back to multitrack digital. Although many of these plug-ins are good these " emulations" are nothing more than genuine imitations. So I generally want the real deals. Analog summing? No problems.

    Just another common fool
    Mx. Remy Ann David
  8. BushmasterM4

    BushmasterM4 Active Member

    If you ever want to donate some vintage gear to the poor, then send it my way :)
  9. planet10

    planet10 Active Member

    im in
    all i need are fully consolidated .wav files in 24bit/48khz sent to me via You Send It to admin@p10studios.com. and like Remy i break out the Neve console and all those analog plugins that sit right behind me!!!
    send away my friend
  10. rfahey86

    rfahey86 Guest

    You could probably just compress them into a .rar file and only have to upload that one file. I'd be interested in mixing it just for my own practice.
  11. scooterscot

    scooterscot Active Member

    I wanna play! I would love to compare the mixes! Please upload these files!
  12. Imaginaryday

    Imaginaryday Active Member

    i am in as well.
  13. BushmasterM4

    BushmasterM4 Active Member

    I think the original poster went on holiday :)
  14. JohnL

    JohnL Guest

    OK, so if the OP doesn't care that people want to help him, I'd be glad to throw something of mine up here and learn something from you all.



    Here is my rough mix so you can check the song out before downloading a huge file to see if you even want to jack with it. Free File Hosting Made Simple - MediaFire

    Free File Hosting Made Simple - MediaFire

    Thanks to anyone that is still interested in doing this, I would love to compare my crappy mix with all of yours and learn how to fix mine!

  15. rfahey86

    rfahey86 Guest

    Thank you very much for the files. I will start working on it as soon as I have a chance. Awesome song by the way.

    There should be a sticky thread or a forum category for just this kind of thing. Anyone who wants their tracks mixed or want to have a mix contest for a paid job.
  16. JohnL

    JohnL Guest

    Cool, thanks!
  17. rfahey86

    rfahey86 Guest

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  18. JohnL

    JohnL Guest

    Overall it sounds pretty good! Tad bit heavy in the low end and the vox are a little buried, but not a bad job. Thanks for sharing!
  19. McLaughlin

    McLaughlin Active Member

    I had some time to throw something together too. All "In the box".

  20. rfahey86

    rfahey86 Guest

    Dead link

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