More seperation ?s
Last Post 17 Mar 2012 03:18 PM by Swizzle. 5 Replies.
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    15 Mar 2012 06:57 AM
    Ok so i can separate a lil made the mixes i got sound better but where exactly do i place the sounds What i mean is there is a stereo field right What are the best places to pan and separate to? I know highs can be spread and lows are generally in the middle. What about kick and bass placement. Do i need to spread my 808 a lil to let the kick punch thru? Do i need to pan to the upper left for one high and to the upper left for another to prevent clashing? I was looking at these pics of what a song looks like sound wise and after playing with Pan-O-Matic i wanna get better at using the entire stereo field. ANY help would be awesome. Thanks
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    15 Mar 2012 12:19 PM
    Do i need to spread my 808 a lil to let the kick punch thru?


    no sirr. your kick might not be punching thru because your 808 is too loud. keeping them both center. Eq them both up to reduce muddiness and if you have to get that kick to stand out a lil bit more adjust the attack time on your 808.

    As far as everything else i haz no idea. pretty interesting and important to know
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    15 Mar 2012 06:12 PM
    Keep the 808 and kick dead center. Bass & snare are usually centered as well. Everything else "should" be panned left or right. There's no formula. Use your ears and a vectorscope that has interpolation on it. You don't want to go bellow 0, that will mean the sounds are getting phased out. One thing you want to do is listen to just the bass, mid, and treble frequencies/instruments by themselves. Make sure bass/mid/treb are balanced letf/right on their own. IE.. you don't want piano's and pads all on the right and all highhats on the left. If you pan heavy right/left put a delay or reeverb on the opposite side for balance.
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    15 Mar 2012 07:38 PM
    what they said. the only reason you would possibly not have the bass and kick centered is if you were doing more a live style of music. panning really depends on what type of genre you are doing.
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    17 Mar 2012 03:18 PM
    Iight I see wat u mean it sounds way better. gd luks. as far as a vectorscope that has interpolation ...um imma have to get bak wit dat 1. But ya thanks for the info made it sound like I wanted for da most part. ill jus ply wit the panning and see wat I can do
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