Thanks everybody for the suggestions, to be quite honest, I am also not a fan of whistling… but its kind of trendy, and I never did it, so I tried Anyway, I completely agree that the brass are a bit “dry”... Is there a chance to upload a new mix?? How to do that?
thank you for sharing your experiences. From the “in the box” solution I was very happy with UAD precision mastering tools…it needs hardware, but also there is one multiband compressor that I can recommend, it is called DSM (dynamic spectrum mapper), have anyone tried that? I agree that a good mix is crucial, but good mastering is also important. Having a reference track is also a crucial secret:)
I would like to open a discussion about mastering solutions we are using for stock music and music in general. In many cases for projects with larger budgets I was using more expensive special gear for mastering and services of mastering, but for these purposes, I assume, that in most cases we use “in the box” solutions. Feel free to share you experiences and techniques that are gave you the best results… or if we can give each other some good advices…
Thank you Sebastian,
I appreciate your opinion Concerning the brass, they are not synth instruments, but you are right that they sound too “frontal”, they need some more reverb.
Thank you one more time
I also would like to help, I agree a bit with the colleagues that it is more a question of many repetitive things and not so much about the mix itself. If you want to play with the mix, you should eq the guitars differently, than play with panning. And if I am honest, I would work on the drums, the pattern is repeating million times, could be more inventive, even the sound of the snare could be much better. I was honest, and would like to help, so don’t get me wrong
Welcome, congrats and have a nice journey here with lot of sales
Hi, I still don’t see why you don’t believe it The song is amazing, congratulations
Anybody? I am really curious, I added nice brass lines, a lot of real instruments, and just would like to have your opinion if this type of sound works here, or not…
Thank you Cheers, Ervin