Mastering for sequenced drums

Discussion in 'Drums' started by Flavy, Oct 26, 2005.

  1. Flavy

    Flavy Guest

    Hey all ... i dont have a lot of money or a studio setup but i do enjoy makin music .. anyway ... i dont have any live drum recording setup so i rely on sequenced drums .. which i do .. using fruity loops & some acoustic samples ... my question is .. how do i make the sequenced drums sound real?? i mean yea they're not real so cant happen .. but how do i get as close as possible .. how do i master them?? .. & if someone would be kind enough to just take a couple mins & master this track i did .. just for fun .. the drums ... so i can see what they would sound like .. AFTER they're mastered ... I just recorded this yesterday .. just the first verse & the chorus for Sugarcult's Memory ... thanks ... appreciate it ....

    Here is JUST the drum track

    Drum Track



    Here is the song .. mixed & stuff ...

    Mixed
     
  2. Thomas W. Bethel

    Thomas W. Bethel Distinguished Member

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    I think you are getting mixing and mastering mixed up. Mastering is what you do to a completed song. What you are asking about is a mixdown were you work on indivdual instruments. Maybe post this in the recording forum?

    -TOM-
     
  3. Flavy

    Flavy Guest

    thanks :) .. gonna do that now ...
     
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