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I Need Help Correcting My Demo Tracks

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    Fayz : Fri 6th Aug 2010 : 10 years ago

    okay so my headphones broke, not that those are any better way to mix, but they at least got me in the ball park. now im using my laptop speakers, but they really dont do much.

    i uploaded a few tracks i plan on using for an upcoming demo album but i need lots of feed back on what i can do to make them even better, all ideas are welcome

    I know that the drums are faded out on most if not all, im trying to get this sorted out, the problem is that on my laptop speakers they actually sound too loud as they are now, but by burning CD's and testing them on my stereo i found they really aren't even there... so im mixing them the best way i know how, compressors, limiters, the works.

    some of the guitars i feel the same way, but it seems i turn them up and it drowns out my bass.. turn my bass up and im back to the drums... leading me back to the guitar, and the cycle repeats until i have this distorted mess.

    i never had this problem before! when i would use the samples from the site i hardly ever had to mess with the EQ to get the sound i wanted, all i had to do was pan, set the EQ for the instrument (Guitar - treble, drums - High def, Bass - amplified bass) and do some slight compression.

    now I've started to work on my own sounds with MIDI and I've tried everything, but i cant get that sound that i want. about the only thing that agrees with what I'm doing is the bass but it's not like you would hear it over all the other junk.

    I don't believe that it's all that relevant to say that I'm using Magix Music Maker 15, but I'm pretty desperate for some help. even the smallest thing is helpful.

    here are the tracks i need help on

    (This one im planning on re-arranging and changing the lyrics to but the music will pretty much stay the same)

    (This is another one i plan on changing the arrangement of, but I'm debating if i should make it shorter )

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    Ensam : Fri 6th Aug 2010 : 10 years ago

    Can't you connect your laptop too your hifi and do your mixing that way? At least it would be better than the laptop speakers.....

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    HaxBox : Fri 6th Aug 2010 : 10 years ago

    Get a better speakers!

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    subSpace : Fri 6th Aug 2010 : 10 years ago

    yeah what ensam says is better for you for now a hi fi is your best bet on one of my computers i have my mini hifi connect to it and let me tell you it out does computer speakers any day in order to connect to your hi fi you will need the following

    1. aux red and white connector wire with line in connection

    here is an example check it out

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    Unknown User : Fri 6th Aug 2010 : 10 years ago

    Pick up a pair of M-Audio AVs like AV-20 or AV-30. They're cheaper ($100) and they work awesome. They have a aux connect in so you can hook up your laptop to them and the response is pristine. I mainly use them on my PC for producing but I connect them to my laptop for mixing sets. You can't go wrong with a pair of these babies.

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    Fayz : Fri 20th Aug 2010 : 10 years ago

    thanks everyone for taking the time to help me out, i'll be sure to look into it all.

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