You did a good job controlling that monster kick, but it sounds like there was a mid-scoop done to this whole mix. There’s too much going on in the low treble, and there’s not enough going on in the bottom. Also, the guitar solo doesn’t sound very impactful at all, it’s kind of buried behind the main guitar. Also it sounds like there’s some distortion going on with the vocals. I don’t like the glitch cymbals at all, but that’s more of an artistic thing than a mixing problem. It sounds like you went a little overboard with the EQ, I’d dial it back some brother.
I use a saturation knob on the vocal to make it cut trough the mix. But maybe i push it too much.
Btw I never hear the original song btw… i hear it when i finish the mix. And i realize that i treat the song wrong hahaha
Mine is too bright, drums is way too punch. The original is so dark, but keeping the ambience clean, and its more match with the type of the song.
Hi! I agree with @CPF about distortion on vocals, hi mids too present and bottom lacking. I also can hear the background noise on guitars. However what I like in your mix is that the vocal is clearly the star and the story is well told. I enjoyed the song despite those little observations, so that’s cool.
Hey, cool job you did.
I really like what you did with drums, it gives the song another behaviour and I found it works pretty well. The reversed sample works well to me.
I agree with previous replies about EQ on vocals, it pushes the lead vocal back in the mix where she’s merely whispering in ears.
By the way, nothing really wrong to me, only matter of tastes.
pretty good. I am not a fan of too bright in general but i appreciate it when it is appropriate. I find that this mix goes a little beyond that an is a little crisp. I think though had you not pushed the vocal so hard it would not have been such an issue. Nicely done really. Thanks for sharing.
Nice balanced mix in general.
A lot of reverb on main vox for my taste. Especially on the verses. Could use automation.
I like the backing vox sound but I’d let them have 1-2 db more.
I’d prefer the solo guitar a bit louder.
I can also hear backround noise on guitars.
Listening to your first mix. Really nice tone on the guitar and on her vocal. The delay you have on there sounds good, but I think there is too much because it gets a little distracting to me and fights with the vocal.
The glitch cymbal is too loud. It sounds like a click track. This is one of the first mixes where the yell going into the solo didn’t bother me. You’ve got it EQed and leveled just right. Sounds good! So yeah, the only real issues I have is the “glitch-click” and the delay - both minor things. And you nailed THE main thing which is her vocal track. Nicely done!