New, heavy mix: What's good, what's bad?

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  1. cyrilMYAIM

    cyrilMYAIM SS.org Regular

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    Here's a new mix I did for a song that I'm currently writing. I'm far from being done with it, but I wanted to mix a little, so that's the result. There are no vocals yet, but I wondered what you guys thought about the sound of the instruments.

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    Sounds f****in sick! :metal:
     
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    I think it sounds great, fits in for the genre.
     
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    the snare is too roomy and has too much verb in it, I find it also does not blend well with the mix, like the snare 'tone' is out of place, I feel the same way for the kick (the tone, that is.)
     
  5. cyrilMYAIM

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    Thanks for the tips! I'd say, I'll see what I can do, but I just lost all my cubase projects and cubase doesn't want to load anymore :horsesh: , so I'm not going to be able to make any changes yet
     
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    Pretty damn heavy, sounds big as hell.
     
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    Ballsy and thick, well done sir!
     

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