Nielzie wrote:I hate that. Female artists, if you wanna go naked, go f**king naked! Not this crap with hair over titties and white washed out c**t.
its nice to have a bit of mystery....
BERFAB wrote:It sounds just like when you pull up next to some backwards-baseball-cap kid at a stop light who's blaring stuff so loud that you can hear it over your own system...even though you both have your windows rolled up.
Maybe that's how we should mix from now on--next time I pull up next to that kid, I'll hand him my track and ask him to play it.
DuX wrote:Appalling. I absolutely agree with most of the comments and the one about naked women and music especially. Anyway, it sounds muffled and distorted due to overlimiting and there is too much sub indeed, but not as much as I expected by your description. However, it sounds like cr*p. errrrrr I just threw a look on my VU meter, it doesn't move at all! wtf? Is it broken?
edit: I played some good old Depeche Mode from 1990 and the VU meter works just fine.
DuX wrote:The bass frequencies down to around 80Hz are alright [interesting, that's usually the crossover frequency for the sub speaker], but from there downwards it sounds rather ridiculous, especially around 50Hz. That's why the bass range sounds so strange and "bloated" and it also contributes to the song being perceived as muffled and the lack of any transients whatsoever certainly contributes to this impression as it's also so overlimited. It would probably sound better with a 2-pole high pass filter at 80Hz...
I just tried listening to it with a 2-pole butterworth HPF@80hz, not so bad any more. But it takes away too much from the kick bass frequencies. It's just that the bass is mixed completely wrong. Those 50-60Hz on the bass sound are killing the whole mix. In short, absolutely krap job.
X-Soul wrote: Amount of bass is overkilling.This is ridiculous, lol.
Totally broken mix, what do you think?