I have a sine based reese in a remix I'm doing. Ray Keith renegade esc, or stepped out side by load star kind of thing I'm having trouble getting it to sit right in the mix amongst the rest of the track. when I bounce the mix down, the reese is totally lost. You'd think just turning it up would solve the problem, but it doesn't. The problem isn't the volume. It's the tonal qualities that are lost. As is characterised by that sort of square or sine wave reese sound, because of the slight detuning and the phase, the sound pulsates differently depending on the note you're on. The lower you are on the keyboard the slower the pulsing is, the higher the faster it is, as you'll know. While I hear this ok on my monitors, it isn't translating on any other speaker at all ( car system and other hi-fi set ups) My KRK's ( the 9000b's, mid 90's) have an excellent bass response, and on anything with slightly less of one, (which is what you'd usually listen to music on when you're not in the studio) the bass has little to no detale. You can't hear the bass pulsate as a reese should, and instead it just ends up a low frequency, un-defined sound, no matter what volume. I've added side chain compression, and tried to emphasise the tonal qualities as it pulsates with an EQ, but it hasn't really made any difference. It's not my various hi-fi systems either, because any other track with that kind of sound cuts through. Any tips? Thanks.