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Sounds quite nice overall. I would put some ambiance (reverb) on the guitar in the intro portion. Like the drum sound. You might wanna boost the overheads a tad on the drum kit. Kinda missing the timekeeping high end a little. I like the song. Nice work.
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Ok srs tnx

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Ok srs tnx

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Thanks for sharing this mix with us. The mix is interesting! I think this song could be a hit, but I would change a few chords (turn minors into majors). I would also add a mid-freq instrument to balance the song, I think I would use a piano instead of that whurly. In terms of the mix it is good. I would focus some more on the bass line, it doesn't seem to bring the kind of drive I would expect from a song like this, partly due to the bass color. I would raise the volume a little and make sure it has enough room in the center. I would also increase the volume on the vocals, it is too quiet in comparison to the high-frequency stuff. I would compress the kick and the snare differently to make them deeper and make them slightly quiter to add some clearity for the bass and the vocals. I would use the acoustic guitar and the electric guitar on the sides instead of in the center. Overall I would use the sides a bit more. I think I would make the whurly/piano and the organ communicating more and play less simoultaneously, mostly to free up signal. On many parts the whurly plays a central role, I would increase the volume on these parts and make it fatter.

I hope I've been able to point on the important stuff and that you'll find my opinions useful. Good luck!
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ok tnx guys

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