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Thread :( I SUCK AT MIXING PLEASE HELP ANY ONE

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Kidwithadream

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1 Posted on 01/01/2011 at 22:32:23

Ok Let me start from the beginning I will try to make this short]
Ok Im recording Hip Hop Music Genre Im trying to knock out this project around march 11 I Mix my own stuff but I have A budget With that said. I have A Toshiba Laptop *Yes I KNOW TOSHIBA* But it has 250 gb and 4 gb of ram so hey I Have A M audio Inter Face mobile pre usbAkg 120 Microphone *NOT USB*Monster Cables M Audio SpeakersI Use Cubase 5 To record in *Had Pro Tools but Slowed My Cp Down*I Have Iztope Plug ins Ozone and Alloy
Ok I know the basics to mixing LIKE BASICS BASICSBut thats it 
Heres one of my songs to compare quality - http://hulkshare.com/custgy9r481i
And heres another song some one else did - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HOgWynm6WWY

and Here is Semi Commercial Quality -https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zrCMC07pB0w
[I Know Im Not Going to Get Commercial Quality In A Home Studio With the Equipment I Have But What ever I can get thats better then what I Have]
I Need to get my quality up to either one of those other tracks I need to know how to warmth my vocals make it stand out Know how to make it seat well in the mix etcIf some one has presets for this and wants to send me them And I can tweak them a Lil bit then thanks OR GOOD YOU TUBE VIDEOS LIKE GOOD ONES MOST OF THE VIDEOS ALL THEY DO IS SHOW OFF AND NEVER REALLY EXPLAIN HOW THEY DID THE MIX APPRECIATE THE HELP
P.s Im only 16 just thought I would Add this in there

adam.tafe

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2 Posted on 03/09/2011 at 17:27:20

Hey i'm doing the same thing as you. I'm recording/mixing a song in cubase 5 too. I'm currently doing Certificate IV in live production at the sunshine coast tafe, in Nambour. I'm halfway through my song, and will be doing a remix on it afterwards.

adam.tafe

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3 Posted on 03/23/2011 at 16:24:13

So how are you going with it at the moment? Any success?

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