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Re: OT: Space



What does the music sound like, when you recorded it? 
Use an analyzer to find out which frequencies (likely between 150Hz and 
600 Hz) are overdosing in your recording and try taking them out mildly 
already during recording using analog gear, such as an MXR 108 EQ or so. 
Avoid strong compression. 
Make sure to record in 24bit / 88.2 and using lower recording levels 
(-10dB). 
Avoid clipping your hopefully decent converters (RME, Apogee and alike). 
Have a sound example?

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On Mar 18, 2016, at 10:56 PM, Kevin Cheli-Colando wrote:

> I was wondering if anyone had any tips on how to get more air/space in 
> recordings happening in the computer.  I use headphone to play most 
> times and the resultant recordings always sound claustrophobic and way 
> too dense.  I've tried playing with EQ for each track and filters seem 
> to help (though I can't spend that much time dialing those in while 
> playing guitar) so I figured I'd ask if anyone had any tips or tricks to 
> open things up.
> 
> Hope that made sense,
> 
> Kevin
> 
> -- 
> Till now you seriously considered yourself to be the body and to have a
> form. That is the primal ignorance which is the root cause of all 
> trouble.
> 
> - Ramana Maharshi (1879-1950)
>