all done in S1P4.6.
this is an updated version of the demo i previously did....
if you heard the 1st version,
you will probably notice this one has a different feel to it.
i played it more backbeat.
new guitar tracks, new drum kit.
this is my first single release! njoy!
I heared it LOL got a bit of a headache but despite that you got me head banging. As always a treat.
Studio One 5 Pro. Windows 10 64 Bit 4 GB Intel 2 Quad Q 9950 @ 2.83 GHz . Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 3rd Genereation, NI Komplete Kontrol S61, NI Komplete 12 Ultimate, Izotope Ozone 5 and 8. Yamaha HS 80 Monitors.
Push wroteSuper, I would like a louder and more powerful bass guitar and add sub bass to the bass drum
can we have everything louder than everything else?!
i hear you.
i always have to decide what is going to be the most prevalent thing in a mix, typically i end up taking the kick and bass down a bit, to feature more melody.
it's funny, when you a/b certain classic rock albums against modern mixes, yes, the modern mixes seem more powerful,
but become somewhat fatiguing after a point...
i'm trying for somewhere between the two.
maybe, i'll try focusing on bringing up more 40-50 hz, and taking down at 80-100 to make up the harmonic difference...
or suck out the 2nd harmonic more, at about 160-200hz.
then i could boost more of the lower lows (which most people's playback systems will not reproduce anyway!
food for thought..
robertgilliland1 wrotePush wroteSuper, I would like a louder and more powerful bass guitar and add sub bass to the bass drum
yeah, that's exactly what you need to do on bass. It will not be louder, but it will be sit better in the mix.
P.S. moreover, it will be better heard on small speakers
Waves Max bass is a perfect tool for this
You can also try Sound Radix SurferEQ
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