I enjoy getting critiqued as much as the next guy posting on here, so I figured I'd do my duty and contribute my opinions. Besides, I wouldn't have improved myself had it not been for people like you do doing the same thing for me.
Svealey - Overall well balanced and I liked the reverb on the vocals. A tiny bit much compression for my taste... but nonetheless it still works.
Uakeen - Also a nice contribution. I would say that some reverb actually would be useful on the vocals in this instance. The guitars and drums have that room mic to add that liveliness and when the vocals are dry, they just feel like they are seperate from the rest of the mix for me. I guess too intimate? is the best way I could describe it. Also could be a little brighter.
Yazoo - Just too much compression. I don't know if the intention was to make it loud as possible but it is very washed out sounding.
Serpico - Nice job as far as overall balance. I think the mids are lacking and too much in the high mid section around 3k - 7k for the whole mix. The approach might be better suited for a different kind of song though.
Manuke - I'm diggin it. Sometimes strait forward mixes have wonderful results. Kinda like let the music speak for itself. I would like to hear a bit more snare too.
Jackadawson - Lots of clarity in the high end... Lacking in the low. Not enough body or warmth.
Sethn27 - Compression can be a tricky thing to get right. One thing that could help this mix is to give it more spread. Give each instrument more room to breathe.
Projectelroy - Another case of lacking low end. You got the guitars to come through nicely.
Bugscoe - Nicely balanced. Everything has its place. Could use a bit less compression to my ears. Perhaps just a slower attack time on snare/drums?
Originally Posted by fretsounds
Dustin, that sounds just plain dope...
Greatly appreciated words Fretsounds.
I hope this helps and gives anyone reading this some insight.