Trying to follow up to the loudness war
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Hi guys, I would love some feedback on this one: Moving Worm
I’ve tried to push the track louder than I usually do, do you have any advice on what elements should be more quiter for example? Any trick for letting the elements breath in the mix?
Thank’s for listening, peace.
Hey, so I worked a bit more on the mix and decided to change some arrangements:
Hope I can have some feedback on this one, seeya!
Hi mate, the tune is really heavy af! I like it!
Mixdown is on point, maybe the snare need some more space, and I think the percussion or cowbell could be lower. Anyway, niice. 😉
I write as I listen:
Intro seems a little bit thin, Could do with some bottom end to build a bit of tension.
The drop isn’t as heavy I would have liked, maybe a bar of silence before it .
The sub seems like it could be pushed a bit more. The snare feels a little lost in the mix, turn her up a bit, the kick is lacking a bit of bottom end, or again could just need to be pushed. All of the drums could be pushed quite a bit. Are you running your drum bus into a limiter/clipper?
I feel the tune is a king some hats to keep a bit of a rhythm.
I like the basses you are using.
I like the idea of the track I feel things could be pushed a little bit more.
Big ups man
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