After the floods minus bass.mp3
The band is my friend's band, Enemy Eternal. This is still pretty rough, and there's no bass. a few guitar parts have to be re-done, and there's a bit of clipping at the end of the solo on the whammy dive.
all the recording was done with an Audix OM2 and a cheapie Audio-Technica ordeal, through a Behringer Xenyx Mixer, L/R into a Lexicon Lambda, USB into Reaper.
There's high and Low-pass filters on all the guitar tracks, and a little bit of reverb on the solo (which also, needs to be redone, etc). There's a big china cymbal that I tried to take the edge off of with some parametric EQing, but it didn't work terribly well. It's better, but still overbearing in parts.
Actual music-playing aside, what are some other important things I should concern myself with on the business side of the recording desk?
It's nowhere near professional quality (hell, we don't even have drum mics), but it's my first foray into serious-business recording.
Put it somewhere streamable please..