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    Default 90's-ish rock mix

    This is a little different from stuff I normally do or work on, so I figured I'd try to get some feedback one last time before the forum dies...

    I'm not specifically going for a 90's sound, it just seemed to remind me of the 90's alternative vibe.

    Any feedback/suggestions, etc.. on the mix, song, production, or whatever else is greatly appreciated. Also, I was trying to figure out an easy way for people to be able to download the actual 24bit wav file, but I'm still not too sure about that and it seemed like bandcamp was the next best thing.

    Thanks.

    -Danny

    https://sageandstone.bandcamp.com/track/spaceman-mix
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    Default Re: 90's-ish rock mix

    The L/R guitars might be just a hair up in the mix for me? They overpower everything in the center (until the doubled vocals kick in).
    I like it all right though.

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    Yeah, the drums are getting lost behind those guitars for me.
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    Default Re: 90's-ish rock mix

    Thanks, I agree. I uploaded another with the drums a bit louder.

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    Default Re: 90's-ish rock mix

    Much better! The drums needed some pop and punch for when they accent the vocals.

    The only thing is now, the snare masks the distorted vocal, so words that hit on the snare beat are lost. Maybe because of the 90's-ish indie context that's not a problem?
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    Default Re: 90's-ish rock mix

    The only thing is now, the snare masks the distorted vocal, so words that hit on the snare beat are lost. Maybe because of the 90's-ish indie context that's not a problem?
    I'll revisit this one more time tomorrow and see if I can hear a better mix in my head. Maybe the vocals could come up a hair, but in general, I'm not too worried about my vocals being masked a bit.

    I appreciate the feedback! I've had this song sitting here for too long and when I went back to try to finish it I had lost a lot of perspective.
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    Using have anything helpful to say, just listened to it on crappy earbuds, but I really liked the song!
    I'm a fan of cheese!
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    Thanks!

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