Castle - Dat's Wassup (hiphop/jazz)

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andyyhitscar
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Castle - Dat's Wassup (hiphop/jazz)

Post by andyyhitscar » Thu Apr 23, 2015 1:11 am


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Re: Castle - Dat's Wassup (hiphop/jazz)

Post by RIG-RAG » Thu Apr 23, 2015 10:45 pm

This may come down to preference but my only suggestion would be to cut some highs from you reverb on the clap. And i understand you probably really prefer the long tail but if your feeling frisky dial back some of the decay time(instead of 2.5 seconds try 1.5 seconds) so its not so washy. Again this can all be dismissed as preference because your mix sounds good and im doubtful you would let stuff peak, so in theory nothing wrong. But if you would want to add some more things or get some more head room, try what im suggesting.
Also the sub bass sounds very strong in the 100 -150 Hz range, i would try reducing some frequencies in this area, only very slightly.

All together though i think its a pretty original track.
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Re: Castle - Dat's Wassup (hiphop/jazz)

Post by andyyhitscar » Sat Apr 25, 2015 11:09 pm

RIG-RAG wrote:This may come down to preference but my only suggestion would be to cut some highs from you reverb on the clap. And i understand you probably really prefer the long tail but if your feeling frisky dial back some of the decay time(instead of 2.5 seconds try 1.5 seconds) so its not so washy. Again this can all be dismissed as preference because your mix sounds good and im doubtful you would let stuff peak, so in theory nothing wrong. But if you would want to add some more things or get some more head room, try what im suggesting.
Also the sub bass sounds very strong in the 100 -150 Hz range, i would try reducing some frequencies in this area, only very slightly.

All together though i think its a pretty original track.
Thanks man!

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