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kmetal Tue, 07/17/2018 - 19:38

id work with mic placement, pointed more toward the bridge, as its a bit "boomy". did you have brand new strings on the guitar? new strings are a must. id also experiment with stereo miking and some panning so the guitar is fighting the vocal less. also some ambience. its a bit plain, some delays and reverb can add some interest, especially if they are automated up and down in level at appropriate times. good mixes move constantly, like a spotlight on stage, it focus's on something for a moment, then moves on to the next thing. it can be subtle, like salt on food, too much is gross, but none at all can be bland.

LarryQualm2 Mon, 07/30/2018 - 16:18

As PC said.. too loud. You need to slope the EQ to cut low midrange and midrange and work in a tiny bit of very low end ...could be sub (very very little) on the guitar. Vocal still has too much low end too. In a nutshell as analogy, the mix needs to sound "smaller" in size rather than the bigger presence across the whole stereo spectrum as it is now.


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