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Re: Cauterize Production

Posted: Fri Aug 26, 2016 7:36 am
by chtimixeur
Mark recently said he was pals with Jason Suecof.
Now, that's someone with a good ear and great skills as a producer.
I'm sure he'd help Tremonti differentiate itself from the Alter Bridge sound.

Re: Cauterize Production

Posted: Fri Aug 03, 2018 9:43 pm
by Bigus
Fish Tacos wrote:I still don't understand why people don't like Elvis. Usually when I look up the mixers they suggest the tracks sound underproduced to me. His work sounds fuller to me.


Ever hear a Metallica Album?
That sounds full.

Elvis should leave the building..........

Re: Cauterize Production

Posted: Sat Aug 04, 2018 3:06 am
by Mr. Slash
Bigus wrote:
Fish Tacos wrote:I still don't understand why people don't like Elvis. Usually when I look up the mixers they suggest the tracks sound underproduced to me. His work sounds fuller to me.


Ever hear a Metallica Album?
That sounds full.

Elvis should leave the building..........

Metallica's sound sucked on several albums imo. Not even mentioning the atrocious sound of Death Magnetic.

Re: Cauterize Production

Posted: Sat Aug 04, 2018 3:54 am
by chtimixeur
Metallica hasn't had a good sounding album since 1998.
St. Anger had some of the most horrible drums ever recorded. Death Magnetic was stupidly loud, and it took them 8 years to put a somewhat listenable version on iTunes and the Metstore. Hardwired to Self Destruct was a step in the right direction, but the drums were still way too compressed (especially after hearing some of the raw takes that sounded incredible), and the whole thing is very tame compared to their 1983-1998 releases.
Say what you want about Bob Rock's commercial sound, the guy knew how to make a band sound huge.

Re: Cauterize Production

Posted: Sat Aug 04, 2018 9:23 am
by Crumbso
Aye. Despite the material, the Load & Re-Load albums sounded phenomenal from a production perspective. The Black Album is awesome but has somewhat dated because of the drum sound.