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.
It’s been a while since I’ve posted here — I’ve been working on some new stuff. Borrowed a friend’s 7-string, and additionally used my tele and a semi acoustic. Drums were programmed in EZDrummer, bass programmed in EZBass and strings using Logic’s studio strings.
Anyway, I appreciate any feedback on the overall mix, the arrangement or anything really!
Thanks in advance for the listen!
Cheers very much,
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Spacelab as a Reverb
I found an Aria Pro 2 guitar with a Roland Pickup, and the GR-33 synth - I've panned the room sound to one channel and the synth to the other. Not really sure on this one, but I think it dates to the late 90s, and has a truly uninspiring set of very odd sounds.
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