Whoah! Sounds more like fixing than mixing!
Are you saying I lack humanity? Just kidding…
Honestly, I just tried to present the tracks in the way that I like to have them prior to mixing.
With my tracks, the main editing work goes into the vocals (comping mainly, and some tuning).
With this track, I edited the bass I played from the demo to match the live drums, rather than re-playing the bass. Normally I would just replay the bass to match the live drums, but since it was fretless bass, and I’m no fretless genius, I thought it would be best just to do it that way.
The drums are pretty much untouched. Jordan is such a beast of a player, and his timing, dynamics and feel is so good, it makes it unnecessary. The only editing I did to the drums was to delete the bleed out of the toms when they weren’t playing. I think there might have been one place where the kick and snare flammed when they were hit together, so I replaced that hit with a good one from elsewhere in the song.
Apart from that, all the guitars and the rest of the elements are pretty much recorded/punched in as-is. I just edit out the silences and make sure there is no extraneous noise at the tops and tails of parts, and in the rests.
Glad you liked the multis!