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First Mix Ever / Ghost Bitch
Hi everyoneSmile,

this is my first mix and its absolutely not on the high level of this forum.
But I still wanted to upload it, because of faster progressing from getting feedback.

Hope someone gives me a little bit of feedback and could point out where this mix has clearly weaknesses.


.mp3    Ghost Bitch.mp3 --  (Download: 6.7 MB)

Great, this first mix is pretty good already and does not have many of the obvious rookie mistakes (Still considering myself a rookie, lolz)

Some suggestions:
- The upright bass in the beginning is extremly compressed, because its the only thing it's very obvious, I would tone down the compression and automate it
- Push back the vocal back a bit - it dominates the mix and instruments are pretty quiet
- De-ess the vocal, lots of sibilance
- Kinda feels like you are not using the stereo spectrum to its potential, imo a wide stereo spread fits this kinda music
- Bring the sfx down in favor of the music, it should be the focus
- Push some of the percussion back (LP-Filter, Reverb and/or lower volume)

General Tips:
- Automate stuff! (e.g. in the end the piano dominates the vocal)
- Arrange stuff! (Build intesity and keep it intresting)

Keep it up, awesome as a first mix.

If I have reviewed your mix, I would be very happy to get a review myself.
Also if you want me to review your mix just PM me, I will gladly help!
Hi Lukas,

wow, thanks for your very detailed feedback, really appreciate it!
Today I mixed my second track and tried to implement all of your advices, check it out if you want to.Angel

Aloha Smile