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Started by Streetwalrus, August 19, 2016, 12:44:16 pm

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Streetwalrus

That shouldn't matter, the artists have their say in it.

Juju

Well yeah, ultimately it depends of the guy who does the mastering. Sometimes the artists don't want to get in his way, sometimes it's the complete opposite. Reminds me of ...And Justice for All who had no bass.
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DJ Omnimaga

In any case, if I was an artist and was not too worried about money, if a label or masterer wanted to decide how my stuff sounds like then I would switch <_<

aeTIos

Well, for metallica that's probably true but if I were just starting out I'd leave mastering to a professional. @Streetwalrus has an example of what happens if your mix is s***.
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Streetwalrus

Oh yeah, haha. I found a power/heavy metal album a few days ago by a (very unkown) French band, the mix is really crappy and combined with the lack of experience from the band members it makes the whole thing pretty mediocre even though there is some potential. You should be able to find some of it on youtube, the band is Arés and the album title is About Metal.

DJ Omnimaga

Listen to Tricky Beans - Blackout for an example of bad mixing XD (they're now called Sonata Arctica)

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Streetwalrus

Hahaha nice one. There was something similar for death magnetic tuned way down as well.

aeTIos

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAND another amazing single released! :D

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kotu

why does he stab his drums at the end it doesn't seem very professional. i would say he doesn't know what he's doing
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aeTIos

Quote from: kotu on October 31, 2016, 09:38:13 pm
why does he stab his drums at the end it doesn't seem very professional. i would say he doesn't know what he's doing

(not sure if /s)
It's Lars, such things are to be expected. I think the very tight drumming during the song serves as a testimony for his drumming.
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Streetwalrus

It's great. My favorite so far is still Moth into Flame, but the album is very promising. Hype! :D

kotu

Quote from: aeTIos on October 31, 2016, 09:49:07 pm
Quote from: kotu on October 31, 2016, 09:38:13 pm
why does he stab his drums at the end it doesn't seem very professional. i would say he doesn't know what he's doing

(not sure if /s)
It's Lars, such things are to be expected. I think the very tight drumming during the song serves as a testimony for his drumming.

i think he just got lucky, and at the end he was trying his hardest to play the drums correctly
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