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Roy Howell 04-02-2005 11:30 AM

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Thanks everybody.
Here's the "final" mix, it sounds much better!!


Joz...the remix sounds killer...great song. Really like her vocal 'personality' too. Wanna hear more when anything is ready.


IntelDoc 04-02-2005 12:42 PM

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Great clean sounds man! Very smooth guitars, and your vocalist is pretty good. Hate to classify, but she has that Gwen sound.... Not bad at all. Very West Coast sound too. All of this was done on the 002???


Sounds great and great spacing. Very wide!

Oh ya, what amp is that on guitars? Marshall?? Great sounds....

- Doc

Joz 04-02-2005 01:52 PM

overnight lows
Thanks everyone.
IntelDoc, the chain that I always use is > brent Avrill 1272 > Rosetta (ecxept for most drums, thats mostly the 002 since I only have a pair of 1272s)
My amp is a jcm 800 > carl martin distortion pedal. I record all the guitars direct int into the comp. Then spend alot of time reamping and getting the right sound wile I'm not playing. But the real hero here is my Les Paul Classic Gold Top, it just sound amazing! leads and rythms they were all done with it.



IntelDoc 04-02-2005 03:10 PM

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Gotta love that Rosetta.... I love mine. I use the 1272's, not the B.A.'s but the Vintech and love it.

What is the room you track in loke?

Sounds great man... got it all on disk in th car now.

- Doc

Joz 04-02-2005 07:06 PM

Re: overnight lows
The room is our rehearsal space in west L.A
It's full of equiptment, carpeted etc. It has all these weird bass ressonances that I have to surgically remove with EQ on the drum overheads. Its about 10x10ft. You can hear the difference in the drum sound done in a big studio (songs "get away go" and "the way that I am" for example) in our music section www.overnightlows.com/music.html


superpenguin79 04-03-2005 04:26 AM

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Finally got to listen to all the available songs, my favorite is 'Dream of Stars'...very nice chord changes...best of luck with your new cd...


Thanks Roy! yeah, "Dream of Stars" was a lot of fun to work on. I really enjoyed writing the solo on that song and doing the harmonizing with the piano part. Still hits me every time I hear it as a suprise kind of. lol Thanks for checking them out, and goodluck on your current projects also man. peace


keithl 04-03-2005 04:17 PM

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that tune sounds great, man...
one of the best mixes I have heard from a 002..
is it mastered also?

I am working on my new CD and you made me want to trash everything!!

You can go into a little detail about the vocals?
one track? doubled at any point?
what compressor?
how was it compressed?
delays or reverb?

I really like the "closeness" of the vocals in the mix...
and would like to get that kind of sound. Right now, I am just doing small delays, low in the background..


Roy Howell 04-03-2005 06:01 PM

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Super Seven-

Here are couple tracks in the works for my upcoming solo CD
Angel In Ice
Crystal Clear

Are these still up?...the link won't work for me...I'de like to hear em. thanks, Roy

madcow 04-03-2005 08:27 PM

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This is a band I recently recorded. A bit different from the norm on here.
Thought I would share. Most of it was done before I switched to PT in Sonar. I then mastered it in PT.
A little on the heavy side (and explicit lyrics as a heads up).

I'll Shine (mp3 5.4 mb)

Very well done...the band is tight, guitars sound great...very good mix. This is 'not my genre', as we sometimes say, but excellent job on your part. Post more when you can.


Thanks for the kind words Roy!


madcow 04-03-2005 08:40 PM

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madcow, your song was very good too.
what are you using for guitar sounds?

Hi badperson..

Not my song but a band i recorded..
The guitar sounds....Mesa Boogie of course (triple rectifier) :-)
Senhizer e609 and an Audio Technica 4033 on a marshal 1960b 4x12 cab.
2 tracks played seperatly panned hard left, right.
Oh ya and a ton of mids.

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