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Old 2015-06-24, 02:39 AM
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another question for probably repairing a recording

Hello good people,

because I don't want to disturb LeifH12345's thread, I have opened an own one.

I have a similare problem than LeifH12345

Have recorded a show with a very very bad Mix

- Drums way too loud in the front
- Electric Guitare nearly not audible
- vocals a bit too low in the mix

Please don't tell me that I was in the wrong spot, because I was near to the sweet spot of the location
It was the mix that was awfully bad

I have included two examples

Please, are here any guys who has some experience with remastering a recording and please can tell me, if there is anything they can do to make this recording sound better as it was a very good show.

If someone can help, I will happily provide the complete Master-recording of course!!

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File Type: mp3 example2.mp3
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Old 2015-06-24, 05:12 AM
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Re: another question for probably repairing a recording

Link in my sig below explains EQ and what typically falls within certain freq may be able to polish the mix up a little bit
TTD's Gear Lust Forum -- info & reviews on taping gear
The Basics of EQing
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