The Bad Fucoz - The Best Of...2

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rastagallo
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The Bad Fucoz - The Best Of...2

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Hi to everybody :)

I just finished mixing my band second album, everything made with Linux!
I'll be really happy if someone will give me feedbacks about it, or, even better, enjoys it! :D

http://thebadfucoz.bandcamp.com/

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bluebell
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Sounds very "alive" and cool.

The only improvement I can think of: Sometimes I hear some popping sounds with the vocals. Could be fixed after recording with an low tail EQ: lowering frequencies below 100 Hz.

First popping sound at 00:12 in American Fuco, the 'c' in "american".
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Very cool, but you've definitely forgot to use a hipass filter on vocals. It should be set between 75 ant 100 Hz to avoid those pop sounds which are like you're punching a mic.
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I knew about the "pop" in the voices, but, sadly, I already put a hi-pass filter on every voice D:
The real problem was that the singers were too close to the mic during recordings...

Thanks for the reviews! Next time i'm gonna put a pop-filter in front of the voice's mic :D

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