What Frequency Bands Should Instruments Fit?

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barisaxguy
Sun Jul 29, 2018 3:54 am

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What Frequency Bands Should Instruments Fit?

So I've been working on a drum track for a while (a death metal drum track) and despite getting things reasonably the way I want them to sound, I think sometimes there's clashing in frequency ranges. The cymbals are (I think) not overly loud but compared to the snare the snare gets a bit washed out. The cymbals I high passed between 500 and 600 hz. The snares are high passed around 400hz. Also I followed general rules with my kick and made a cut around 30hz, but when I do "the car test" (to make stye I won't blow anything/see how things are balanced) it doesn't really hit how I'd like. I compressed a lot of elements to sort of give it that "maximum intensity" vibe.....how "real" I have to sound? Idk, I've heard a fair amount of bands that don't sound real that use drum machine.

In short.....give this a listen?
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FieryLungs
Thu Aug 02, 2018 1:56 pm

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Re: What Frequency Bands Should Instruments Fit?

400hz is a little high for a snare HPF. You'll ...

barisaxguy
Mon Aug 06, 2018 6:38 am

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Re: What Frequency Bands Should Instruments Fit?

FieryLungs wrote:400hz is a little high for a s...

FieryLungs
Tue Aug 07, 2018 2:36 pm

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Re: What Frequency Bands Should Instruments Fit?

I would tear that maximus preset down to figure...


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