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Plague Doctors new song - Reality Check.

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Hi folks, here is the second release from Belfasts’ Plague Doctors. The bass, guitar and vocals were recorded in a pro studio but produced and mixed by me in my home studio. Blast it out and enjoy!

 

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Really like your sound! 

The only feedback I can give (and unfortunately I can't help with a solution technically as I'm not good at mixing), is that on my monitor headphones the mix sounds killer, but on second listen through on different headphones (a pair of Marshall over ears and after a pair of AirPods), the instrumental still sounds killer, but the voice gets somewhat lost - just tried again A/Bing back with my monitors to make sure it wasn't just an impression. Not sure if just raising the vocals level a bit would help, or position them slightly different in the pan, or add a bit more higher freqs back in the eq - or if this is actually useful feedback at all 😅

Very well done though! 

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Thanks for the feedback. I’ll look into that, although I did try several different systems to check the mix, as did the other 2 guys in the band. Glad you liked it overall 😎

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6 minutes ago, Rubbersoul said:

Thanks for the feedback. I’ll look into that, although I did try several different systems to check the mix, as did the other 2 guys in the band. Glad you liked it overall 😎

Ah, absolutely nothing bad to say about the song itself, I really liked it xD

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