Discussion in 'Audio Producers Discussions' started by TheRealAxis, Oct 11, 2007.
dude prolly never even fucked with em in his life anyways lol.
99% of the people that buy those speakers buy them because of the room correction, which is pretty much useless. Basically what I was sayin was that is garbage, and there are other speakers in the price range I wold use. Eq'ing speakers won't help in an untreated room, and there might be a handful of people on here with treated rooms.
that beat is fuckin hot mayen
Sample Dr Dre Drums and put it on this beat and speed it up a few and bang
damn phoenix you doing mixes for co pro credit lol?
but yeah i agree that it needs to be sped up like 5 bpms
beat is ill man.. just needs a few modifications. speed it up, pan the instruments and if you can, even switch the drums. it will be fire.
good shit man and i think the tempo's fine.
i can't really comment on the mix since i'm at the office.
the motherfucker has the best equipment money can buy... and all the resources plus hes been doin it for years... so
Dope Beat.. And Ur Right About The Mixing.. It Could Use Some Polishing.
this beat is hott.......yea mix is a tad bit off but sounds good none the less...
then why does every single room i walk into....studio, club or whatever to do something audio related have an eq on every output?
if there's no point, please explain that to me...
didnt feel like typin, so i found a quote
well that's physically true, but it doesn't mean theres no point to eqing a room...
the point of eq'ing a room is to hear a clear clean response without freq's bouncing off the walls and reflecting back...or dead spots...so that everything is playin in its correcting area
if by that you mean 'to correct room modes and standing waves' then yes, you're right
i got those jbl monitors... one of the best IMO
Boyz Recognize The "Killa"...Back In the Gap Rat Here....Its Funny....
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