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Hi good people! It's a first mix. Already have some stuff to fix in the mix but it's a start. :) would love your feedbacks on it! thank you very much. hope you like. we recorded it live in my living room. it's gonna be mastered on real tape in a mastering house.

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by Black_Haus on Fri Feb 08, 2019 7:07 pm
Beautiful Piano & Guitar.

To me there seems to be some low or low mid resonance in the vocals especially the male vocal.

I like where your going with this though.

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by Bbd on Sun Feb 10, 2019 7:23 pm
I really like it. Nice job.
John Lennon came to mind.
If I was to produce this, I would keep all your parts and performance.
For the mix, I would pan the acoustic piano hard left or right (George Martin style with some early Beatles). Pan its reverb center or hard right.
I would also pan the strings hard right.
Check the bass mids as there is some 400hz energy that needs a look.
Good luck with the mastering. I think they can do good with your mix as is. It gives them room to play with it.

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by Black_Haus on Sun Feb 10, 2019 10:05 pm
What kind of guitar & mic combination did you use?

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by Patrick81 on Mon Feb 11, 2019 8:54 am
Bbd wroteI really like it. Nice job.
John Lennon came to mind.
If I was to produce this, I would keep all your parts and performance.
For the mix, I would pan the acoustic piano hard left or right (George Martin style with some early Beatles). Pan its reverb center or hard right.
I would also pan the strings hard right.
Check the bass mids as there is some 400hz energy that needs a look.
Good luck with the mastering. I think they can do good with your mix as is. It gives them room to play with it.


Thank you very much! big Lennon fan here of course :)

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by Patrick81 on Mon Feb 11, 2019 8:55 am
Black_Haus wroteWhat kind of guitar & mic combination did you use?


I used Avantone CR14 (ribbon) on my vox (male) and a Warm Audio WA87 on the female one both going into a tube preamp. used SM57 on the acoustic. :)

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by soerlema on Mon Feb 11, 2019 3:08 pm
This is really nice. It reminds me of Anathema and Porcupine Tree a bit.
The frequency issues should be solved by the mastering engineer.
Excellent songwriting, well done :thumbup:
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