[TUNE] Feels Like Home. Any feedback, suggestions etc would be quality! Ta

Discussion in 'New Talent & Track Reviews' started by barrboy89, Apr 4, 2010.

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    It's certainly got lots of elements to it once it drops. Sort the mixdown out on it and it will sound like a banger. At present it's a little muddy, there's so much going on it's clouding the mid range of your frequencies. But like I say, get that sorted and this will be awesome!
     
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    Yeah I definitely agree that it sounds a bit muddy and cluttered in parts, but i dont really know what to do about it! Like I tried eqing and removing bits, but then it just ends up sounding empty to me. Bit of a dilemma!
    What would be the best way to go about it?
    Thanks a lot for listening and replying though!
     
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    It's just a case of trial and error. Really focus on the EQing, make sure all the elements are sitting on different frequency ranges. Also pan some FX to the left or right slightly. You can also add stereo enhancers/seperaters to your leads and synths to give them some space in the mix, but don't over use them.