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IntelDoc 05-20-2005 12:05 PM

Re: new Overnight Lows
 
Joz,
Agreed, what Justin said, but I still think that this is not all 002 stuff. I remember last time that you said it was tracked on a large console (ssl I think) and mixed on the 002?

Still good sound, definitely West Coast sound. A lot of "No Doubt" in there which is cool since Gwen has gone off and gone "BANANA'S" (NOTE: that was the worst song ever that she could have done... and to think that it was a hit???)

Seriously though, you guys have a great sound, probably great gear and patience enough to do your own recording. YOu are engineering it correct?

Good stuff, and always nice to hear the tunes.

Keep it up!
- Doc

IntelDoc 05-20-2005 12:10 PM

Re: new Overnight Lows
 
Joz,
Also... something I have been meaning to ask.. Tell me that your singer ("Ms. Hottie" as I call her) did not do this recording with a SM-57? I know that Joan Jett (sp?) did her entire first few albums with this mic, but is that at band practice or something (your web pics?)


Good on ya for drinking DARK beer too BTW

Also, listening to this, and I remember you had a long explanation on the last song post, but you are not necessarily panning your drums (ov's) that hard are ya?

- Doc

bigbubbaj 05-20-2005 12:13 PM

Re: new Overnight Lows
 
You are just mad because he gets good sound without all them fancy preamps! Your clients will NEVER sound like that!

Seriously, I recall he said they tracked a few songs in a large format studio, but that they have been using the 002 for all the rest of the stuff.

IntelDoc 05-20-2005 12:16 PM

Re: new Overnight Lows
 
Quote:

You are just mad because he gets good sound without all them fancy preamps! Your clients will NEVER sound like that!


At least I can call myself a DINK and HAVE "Cients"

"Ya J.A." tu shea! glad you are a friend.... Good clients are hard to find... haha

- Doc

bigbubbaj 05-20-2005 12:18 PM

Re: new Overnight Lows
 
lol.

IntelDoc 05-20-2005 12:41 PM

Re: new Overnight Lows
 
Did I stress that "Double Income No KID - D.I.N.K." think enough? I guess you could call in TINK if you count the studio?

- Doc

Joz 05-20-2005 03:20 PM

Re: new Overnight Lows
 
thanks everyone!
I recorded only the drums at a big room with an API console. I forgot the mics I used since I recorded those drums 2 years ago and never finished the rest. Vocal mic is that tube RODES thats around $499 I forgot the name of it
Everything else was done with the 002, SM57s, and a crappy rehearsal studio. But I do always use a pair of 1272 Brent Averill pres.
I'll finish mixing the song today. I only worked in this mix for about an hour so far.

http://www.overnightlows.com/music/wheredowego.mp3

This second song was done entirely with my 002 audio chain at the rehearsal studio with crappy mics on drums. You can mainly hear the difference on the overheads.

http://www.overnightlows.com/music/thebreaks.mp3

Joz

doylemusic 05-20-2005 03:33 PM

Re: new Overnight Lows
 
Neve clone mic pre = $2000
Distressor w/ Brit Mod = $3000
chilling with the kid on the deck = priceless

superpenguin79 05-20-2005 03:40 PM

Re: new Overnight Lows
 
Quote:

Neve clone mic pre = $2000
Distressor w/ Brit Mod = $3000
chilling with the kid on the deck = priceless


superpenguin79 05-20-2005 04:17 PM

Re: new Overnight Lows
 
Here's One of My most recent I'm going to re-work this into a full band type version with a different vocalist possibly for the album.


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