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audio Feedback: 1st attempted to record my band

Discussion in 'Fix This MIX!' started by thecurejosh, Jul 31, 2013.

  1. thecurejosh

    thecurejosh Active Member


    First of all I sought a lot of help and advice from this forum throughout the process of recording this so thanks for that. I'd really like some feedback on how it sounds to you.

    Listen to Oh No! Yoko by The Cottonettes at amazingtunes.com
  2. audiokid

    audiokid Staff

    try soundcloud

    found the link but FWIW, many of us have popups deactivated so you may get more help is you use soundcloud. :) .
  3. DrGonz

    DrGonz Active Member

    It sounds pretty damn good for a punk song!! thumb You knew that was coming now right? Pretty damn good for a punk song is huge plus in my book! Now to critique it I have just one main comment and that is in relation to the EQ of the cymbals on the drums. I personally feel that the high end on the hihat and cymbals is taking away the energy of the vocals. It is a subjective concern that I am expressing but it is my opinion you asked to represent here... So, I know the track is done, but would it be too much to ask for a tiny bit of darkness over the high end of the kit's cymbal section. It not only will make the vocals hit the ceiling better, but it will make that great snare drum shine much better. Look to make some eq treatment anywhere between 4-7k, just a dip. Not sure if I would just bring down the overheads a touch... Really it just sounds like EQ would make the high frequencies of the drums cymbals not cut into my ears so much. That is all I have to say. Well I like the track name too! Good job my friend!
  4. thecurejosh

    thecurejosh Active Member

    Hey! Thanks for that feedback I did wonder why the vocals were really cutting through so well! Thanks for your kind words on the song too!

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