Re: [LAU] mixing problem

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To: Linux Audio User <linux-audio-user@...>
Date: Thursday, April 18, 2013 - 8:57 pm

The more I try it out on different speaker systems, the more I'm
convinced now that it's not so much that the keyboard part itself is
clashing with other tracks as that its warmth is including certain
midrange frequencies that are driving some (but not all) speakers crazy.
That's a problem that happens to me a lot... I just need to find out
which particular frequencies.

It seems that in commercial mixes, they scoop the midrange to the point
of near non-existence to avoid this problem. I've always wanted to
avoid doing that, but I certainly see why they do it.

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[LAU] mixing problem, Brent Busby, (Thu Apr 18, 12:14 pm)
Re: [LAU] mixing problem, Al Thompson, (Thu Apr 18, 6:33 pm)
Re: [LAU] mixing problem, Tim Goetze, (Thu Apr 18, 4:11 pm)
Re: [LAU] mixing problem, Brent Busby, (Thu Apr 18, 8:57 pm)
Re: [LAU] mixing problem, Jostein Chr. Andersen, (Thu Apr 18, 3:25 pm)
Re: [LAU] mixing problem, Fons Adriaensen, (Thu Apr 18, 2:51 pm)
Re: [LAU] mixing problem, Raffaele Morelli, (Thu Apr 18, 12:29 pm)
Re: [LAU] mixing problem, Hartmut Noack, (Thu Apr 18, 3:59 pm)