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Mossi on Deadmau5' SOFI Needs a Ladder
mossi
PostPosted: 26 September 2010 - 08:18:48 (388)  Reply with quote
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hey all,

give me some feedback on my rmx -i've only got 5 min of the whole thing down so far. i wanna come out winner from this stupid beatport rmx competition! lol

http://soundcloud.com/mosdam/ladder-remix-demo

here's the original in case:

Youtube link


tnx puh

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Deadmau5 remixed: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-nXlE2bGnEo

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Atlantis_AR
PostPosted: 26 September 2010 - 15:53:06 (703)  Reply with quote
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First of all I don't think you should limit it as hard. This is pretty self-explanatory if you've seen my posts around here, but also clearly audible in the amount of gain reduction and the detrimental effect it has on the dynamics. Also I'd love to hear a short sample in WAV or FLAC (or RAR) format to hear the extreme treble instruments playing, if you'd like advice in that area.

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davidmclean
PostPosted: 26 September 2010 - 18:00:51 (792)  Reply with quote
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my thoughts:

i thought the vocal was spread too wide - i would prefer it with more presence more towards the centre of the mix to make it more powerful and prominent.

the other thought i had was that the track is missing a nice rumbling bass in the earlier stages of the track - i think if it had some dirty bass frequencies going on it would fill up the frequency spectrum of the mix more and complement the nice uplifting vocal real nicely.

other than that i liked it - sounded good.
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