Ludovico einaudi - una mattina (fingerstyle guitar

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dblonder88

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Joined: 06/11/20

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Hi everyone,

I recorded fingerstyle cover of "Una Mattina" from The Intouchables.
Would like review about mixing.

Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=huJ8XtcJK4Y

hope you like it!

#1

Hi everyone,

I recorded fingerstyle cover of "Una Mattina" from The Intouchables.
Would like review about mixing.

Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=huJ8XtcJK4Y

hope you like it!

Carl King

GuitarTricks Video Director

Joined: 10/08/07

Posts: 351

Hey dblonder --

This is pretty cool! I like the right hand harp harmonics.

I made a quick 5-minute mix from your YouTube audio. This is of course my own taste, but here's what I might do:

I like the sound of Chamber Reverb on Acoustic -- I learned this tip from our instructror Mike Olekshy. It brings out the finger slide noises in a classic way. I used Waves Renaissance Reverb on "Chamber" with a wet/dry mix of 13%.

uploaded image

Then some basic EQ in Cubase. I cut around 250Hz, and did a low shelf cut and a high shelf boost. It still sounds a bit hard and dark to me, but that's what I would typically do for a quick mix.

uploaded image

Here's a WAV of the audio:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/u9kw5s1mygsgwct/Intouchables.wav?dl=0

Of course this is subjective and what you originally did is very natural and good. Thanks for sharing it!

-Carl.

Carl King
GuitarTricks Video Director / Producer

#2

Hey dblonder --

This is pretty cool! I like the right hand harp harmonics.

I made a quick 5-minute mix from your YouTube audio. This is of course my own taste, but here's what I might do:

I like the sound of Chamber Reverb on Acoustic -- I learned this tip from our instructror Mike Olekshy. It brings out the finger slide noises in a classic way. I used Waves Renaissance Reverb on "Chamber" with a wet/dry mix of 13%.

uploaded image

Then some basic EQ in Cubase. I cut around 250Hz, and did a low shelf cut and a high shelf boost. It still sounds a bit hard and dark to me, but that's what I would typically do for a quick mix.

uploaded image

Here's a WAV of the audio:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/u9kw5s1mygsgwct/Intouchables.wav?dl=0

Of course this is subjective and what you originally did is very natural and good. Thanks for sharing it!

-Carl.

Carl King
GuitarTricks Video Director / Producer

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Joined: 05/19/20

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Love it!

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Love it!

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“There are two means of refuge from the miseries of life: music and cats.” Albert Schweitzer

volodymyrfilonencko

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Joined: 03/25/20

Posts: 9

Originally Posted by: Carl

Hey dblonder --

This is pretty cool! I like the right hand harp harmonics.

I made a quick 5-minute mix from your YouTube audio. This is of course my own taste, but here's what I might do:

I like the sound of Chamber Reverb on Acoustic -- I learned this tip from our instructror Mike Olekshy. It brings out the finger slide noises in a classic way. I used Waves Renaissance Reverb on "Chamber" with a wet/dry mix of 13%.

uploaded image

Then some basic EQ in Cubase. I cut around 250Hz, and did a low shelf cut and a high shelf boost. It still sounds a bit hard and dark to me, but that's what I would typically do for a quick mix.

Here's a WAV of the audio:

Of course this is subjective and what you originally did is very natural and good. Thanks for sharing it!

-Carl.



that's incredibly cool.[/p]

#4

Originally Posted by: Carl

Hey dblonder --

This is pretty cool! I like the right hand harp harmonics.

I made a quick 5-minute mix from your YouTube audio. This is of course my own taste, but here's what I might do:

I like the sound of Chamber Reverb on Acoustic -- I learned this tip from our instructror Mike Olekshy. It brings out the finger slide noises in a classic way. I used Waves Renaissance Reverb on "Chamber" with a wet/dry mix of 13%.

uploaded image

Then some basic EQ in Cubase. I cut around 250Hz, and did a low shelf cut and a high shelf boost. It still sounds a bit hard and dark to me, but that's what I would typically do for a quick mix.

Here's a WAV of the audio:

Of course this is subjective and what you originally did is very natural and good. Thanks for sharing it!

-Carl.



that's incredibly cool.[/p]

nancyhawkins181

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Joined: 08/31/20

Posts: 1

Thanks for sharing, thanks really cool.

#5

Thanks for sharing, thanks really cool.

brandonsooper

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Joined: 10/08/20

Posts: 2

Hello everyone, it took me a long time to decide to register and write here, but I want to stop being just an observer, but become a member of such a friendly company. Where you can always find answers to all questions.

#6

Hello everyone, it took me a long time to decide to register and write here, but I want to stop being just an observer, but become a member of such a friendly company. Where you can always find answers to all questions.