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#ActualxCatalyst

Posted 28 July 2013 - 10:56 AM

I agree, I had to turn up the track for the intro piano, and then the flute nearly made made my ears bleed. I'd also say, for an instrument that is playing the central melody, you shouldn't have it panned so far out. It should be the main focus at the time it is being played if that makes sense. As stated before, also add a reverb send or something along those lines for depth and location. A helpful tip about mixing is to actually mix all the tracks at a quite/speaking level. If you can hear all the instruments playing without having to turn it up, you know you've done a good job.

#1xCatalyst

Posted 27 July 2013 - 12:32 PM

I agree, I had to turn up the track for the intro piano, and then the flute nearly made made my ears bleed. I'd also say, for an instrument that is playing the central melody, you shouldn't have it panned anywhere. It should be the main focus at the time it is being played if that makes sense. As stated before, also add a reverb send or something along those lines for depth. A helpful tip about mixing is to actually mix all the tracks at a quite/speaking level. If you can hear all the instruments playing without having to turn it up, you know you've done a good job. 


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