"Snake Charmer" (Rock) MIX #2 - Thanks Everyone for all the Input and Suggestions!

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Re: "Snake Charmer" (Rock) 2018/10/10 01:20:51 (permalink)
Beagle:
 
Hey, Reece,
 
How are you, buddy?  It's really great to hear from you! 
 
Thank you, Sir, for giving this a listen and for your very kind comments!  You've always been one of the nicest guys here on the forum and one of the first half dozen guys here who welcomed me and helped me out when I first joined the forum 10 years ago.
 
Thanks again, and also for all your great input, observations and support over the years, greatly appreciated! 
 
Have a great night, Reece!
 
Bob
 
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Re: "Snake Charmer" (Rock) 2018/10/12 07:31:52 (permalink)
Jesse Screed:
 
Hey, Jesse,
 
Thanks for checking this one out for me, greatly appreciated, brother! 
 
Have a dynamite weekend!
 
Bob
 
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Re: "Snake Charmer" (Rock) 2018/10/14 23:30:49 (permalink)
kennywtelejazz:
 
Hey, Kenny,
 
How are you, buddy it's always really great to hear from you! 
 
Major thanks, brother, for taking time to check this song out for me, and also for your insightful input, observations and encouraging comments.  I'm still struggling  to get my ears back after more than a year of not working on music, so I really appreciate your input!
 
I'm also thrilled to see that your back playing and posting again!  You've always been a MONSTER guitar player, and I've always considered you one of the nicest, down to earth guys here on the forum, and always look forward to, and respect your opinions on my stuff. 
 
Thanks again, Kenny, greatly appreciated.  I'm looking forward to hearing more kick-butt posts from you and that new snazzy green Tele! 
 
Have a good one!
Bob
 
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Re: "Snake Charmer" (Rock) 2018/10/24 22:24:55 (permalink)
emeraldsoul:
 
 
Hey, Tom,
 
Big thanks, good buddy!  I truly appreciate your insight, input and good observations on all my stuff.
 
I uploaded the remix (same link above) with your suggestions and input from all the great people here on the forum who were kind enough to take time to listen and comment.
 
I upped the verse vocals a bit as everyone mentioned, and I tried to tweak the EQ and squeeze out a little more definition from the bass guitar.  LOL, Now, I'm hoping I didn't screw up the volume levels of the whole mix making the corrections!
 
If you get a chance to check the new mix, please let me know what you think.
 
Thanks again, Tom, and have a great night!
Bob
 
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Re: "Snake Charmer" (Rock) 2018/10/24 22:28:33 (permalink)
NEW MIX UP FROM ALL YOUR INPUT AND SUGGESTIONS!
 
I uploaded the remix (same link above) with everyone's input here on the forum who were kind enough to take time to listen and comment.
 
I upped the verse vocals a bit as everyone mentioned, and I tried to tweak the EQ and squeeze out a little more definition from the bass guitar.  LOL, Now, I'm hoping I didn't screw up the volume levels of the whole mix making the corrections!
 
If you get a chance to check the new mix, please let me know what you think.
 
Sincere thanks for all your help to everybody who listened and commented!
 
Best Wishes,
Bob
 
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Re: "Snake Charmer" (Rock) 2018/11/14 15:02:03 (permalink)
Great rocking tune Bob.
 
Vocals come out loud and clear and sound great.
 
Thanks for sharing.
 
Good Job!
 
paul
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Re: "Snake Charmer" (Rock) 2018/11/17 22:49:21 (permalink)
thegaltieribrothers:
 
Hi, Paul,
 
Thanks very much, Paul, I greatly appreciate you taking time to check the song out for me, and I'm grateful for your input and observations!
 
I'm still trying to get my studio ears back after  a very long time away from recording and mixing, so I'm very thankful for everyone's input and help here on the forum.
 
Thanks again, and have a great weekend!
 
Bob
 
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Re: "Snake Charmer" (Rock) 2018/11/20 11:55:51 (permalink)
Hiya Bob - sorry I'm late to this one.
I didn't hear the original mix so I'm only hearing the latest.
Your voice is sounding great and those guitars....they're the business.
Mix is nice and balanced to my ears.
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Re: "Snake Charmer" (Rock) 2018/11/20 16:19:09 (permalink)
snake charmer!
whenever i listen to your stuff,
it always takes me back to the rainbow stuff,
tho it feels more like a tighter maiden thing...
you need more kick in the mix.
LOL, just kidding... that's a nice fat kick, and is correct for the genre.
me, i'd take it down a db, and lock it in a bit more with the bass as far as the levels go
but again, a spot on performance....
one of your better vox performances, good harmonies too!
dig the solo guitar tones....
 

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Re: "Snake Charmer" (Rock) 2018/11/28 08:37:01 (permalink)

daryl1968:
 
Hey, Daryl,
 
How are you, buddy?  Hope you're doing great!
 
Thanks so much for checking this one out for me, and for your input and kind words!  I always look forward to and greatly appreciate your input because your productions are always top notch!  I really like your new Pop Rocker, "Don't Let the Sun Set", really good stuff!
 
Much appreciated, Daryl, and have a fantastic day, my friend!
Bob
 
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Re: "Snake Charmer" (Rock) 2018/11/28 08:50:27 (permalink)
batsbrew:
 
Hey, Rob, How are you, bro?  It's really great to hear from you!
 
Big thanks for giving this one a listen for me, and for your always good input and observations!  You've always been a great guy and one of the best performers and producers here on the forum, and I really appreciate your ideas and suggestions on my stuff!
 
I'll take another listen to and probably tweak the kick drum, as you suggested.  LOL, because of my decades of "live" playing in larger venues through huge PA systems, I'm used to going for a Kick like a cannon and a snare like a shotgun, and sometimes I over do it!   Especially when I've been away from recording and mixing for such a long time.
 
Thanks again, Rob, I truly appreciate your input, and I'm grateful that you liked the song!
 
Have a good one!
Bob
 
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