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Die Young-Yoshi-Mix2
#1
It is the first impression

2nd Mixinthecloud & Roy advice ver

Thank you for listening

---Yoshi


.mp3    Die Young-Yoshi-Mix.mp3 --  (Download: 6.94 MB)


.mp3    Die Young-Yoshi-Mix2.mp3 --  (Download: 6.97 MB)


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#2
Good depth, Yoshi. Good bass guitar although it may get a little thick in the middle. Good toms.
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#3
Feels good. I agree with MitC (always spread the blame) I think the bass might be too 'big'. It's taking up too much real estate. I like the grit it has though. I think some frequencies can be attenuated and it'd probably sit better. Other than that the only thing that jumped out at me is the vocal. Sometimes it gets lost and overshadowed. I think, in this song especially, the vocal should always be strong and in focus. Not necessarily loud but in the end modern music tends to be built around the vocal and lyrics. We all occasionally need to be reminded of that.

But, yeah, good job.
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#4
Hi Mixinthecloud & Roy

Thanks for your comment
I hope I can get a little better sound quality

---Yoshi


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#5
Nice. Mix 2 is fat, round and punchy.
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