New one upbeat hard rock. I used Apollo Twin X for all tracks (except drums) and mostly UAD plugins with SM57 and a AT4047s. Mixed in logic X. Anything glaring anyone notices please feel free to point it out a little close to this mix now
I thought I'd share this old mixer from the 70's - a period when we consider audio gear to be quite basic, but this small mixer has individual channel gains and a reverb send to a built in reverb unit, two band EQ and a rudimentary pre/post monitor function. All in glorious mono!
It's my first post on the forum so - Hello!
I'm starting this thread to show my journey with learning how to record and mix drums in my home studio (and some bit of music productions too), so any advice and tips are more than welcome!
Here is my latest recording:
Some grooves inspired by my almost half-year stay in Central African Republic.
This is another recent track I've been working on. Used my tele and some Bias Amp 2 plugins for the amp simulation. All drums were programmed in EZDrummer, and bass in EZBass. Mixed on a pair of DT990 Pro headphones (like the other track I recently posted); unfortunately I don't have the space for decent monitors. I sometimes find the DT990s a bit difficult to mix bass well on (usually I mix it in too loud). Hopefully I nailed it more or less here?
Overall I was aiming for a kind of 'juxtaposed Zappa' sound..
Thanks for any listens and/or feedback.
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