roast me on my mix please!

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  1. RobertVII

    RobertVII SS.org Regular

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    Looking for some feedback on a mix I recently made. Any advice y'all have will be greatly appreciated!

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    KingAenarion Resident Studio Nerd

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    Low end is a bit of a mess. Check it against pink noise.

    Guitars sit on top rather than coming out as an equal part. Look at carving out a bit clearer space either in the arrangement or in the frequency spectrum so you can push it back a bit

    Everything that isn't guitars feels very "VSTi" velocities need variation.

    Your biggest problems are arrangement/layering and composition issues, and where you're accenting frequencies.
     
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    Thanks for the advice! I'll look into it. Can you elaborate on the pink noise? I'm unfamiliar with that.
     
  4. RockMixer

    RockMixer I mix Rock Music

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    Nice song! As far as mix. Very thin. Keys a bit loud. Not a polished record for sure. But I get the idea of the tune 100% . I could mix the hell out of this and make it into a kick ass record if you wanted.

     
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    cGoEcYk SS.org Regular

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    Great thoughts already on here. I heard the lows being a little light and guitars rippin through a little much.
     
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