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    Looking for feedback on my mix

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    Hi, I am new to mixing. This is my second try at this mix and would love any feedback/critiques.





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    What is this man ??? Vocal is so loud
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    I think that for the most part everything sounds good on its own, however, the separate elements are not mixed together very well.

    The vocals are way too up front, they end up drowning out everything else.

    They drown everything else out for 2 reasons. 1) They're just too loud. 2)They occupy the same "space" as everything else.

    You need each element in its own "space" to avoid clashing.

    The vocals also seem like they were just layed on top of the instrumental.

    If you had carved some space out of each of the other sounds/layers, then the vocals would fit better in to the mix, instead of sounding like it was just thrown on top.

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    I don't feel the vocals are that loud, more that there needs a bit of stereo to spread it out a bit- & maybe turn it down a bit..


    Having said that the track has potential if there were more going on, eg: some percussion, pad chords etc.. Just my opinion.


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    I'll weigh in.

    The guitar is in a more present space and with the washy vocal reverb causes things to not sound 'unified.' You want them to sound like they're together in the same room. The guitar effects have some digital artifacts on the fuzz/overdrive/distortion. I like the sustain on the guitar though (not the effect tails at the end, just the sustain on the notes of the clean guitar).

    Things to improve:
    Lessen the reverb on the vocals or if you really want 'spacey' you're going to have to put the guitar in the same reverb 'space'.
    As mentioned above, bring the vocal level down
    Send both tracks to a Reverb Send Effect bus to see if you can unify them more.
    Last edited by Storm; 10-28-2019 at 12:58 PM.

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