• less..is more...i tried that...and it sounds like..... this...
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well, i did  ;D ;D ;D
try, and it sounds like this  :P :P :P

https://soundcloud.com/dutchbeat-1/less-is-more-more-missing-mix
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 Hey Dutch ;D ;D

 Sounds a lot clearer, more defined  ;D ;D
 Still think it could do with a bit less  ....sorry ;D
 Less lead....you could take it out altogether
 about half way, and bring it back toward the end.
 That would give you a space for some synthy
 melodies and stuff.  ;D

 Also think the vocals need to be more powerful.

 Anyway, just some thoughts old friend ;D
 It's getting there.... ;D






 


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no, we can not do with less Lead guitar

that needs to be there, i tried that
but the mix needs to be better, and perhaps even less...but i will keep that lead guitar
loud all over, i will

sorry  8) ::)




  ;D ;D Oh....ok then, You're the boss...... :P :P :P



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ok  ;D ;D ;D, i will think about it... ;D ;D ;D


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Hi DB,

It does sound a bit busy, but maybe a bit more panning may help. It sounds like everything is crammed in the centre.
I know some folks use LCR panning; I still use the whole spectrum to be honest. Perhaps you could experiment with moving things more to one side or the other. Perhaps you already have and I'm just not hearing it - synths do swallow up the space (well, they do for me ;D).
I just found it a bit difficult to focus on what was leading the song - it was like everything was trying - synth, vocal, guitar. Perhaps they could take it in turns?

Cheers,
Digger


I really like the vibe of this DB and think you're on the right 'track'  ;D but I agree with both digger and Bin   :o

For a start, I would try taking out some on the backing stuff, when the vocals come in...maybe just keep the guitar, bass and drums :) :) but what do I know  ::)


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Hi DB, sounds cleaner than the last version I remember. I'd consider taking away some reverb from the leadguitar, I think it sounds more defined then. But on the other hand, that gives a great atmosphere. I think the beat should maybe sound louder in this mix. Overall a really enjoyable track in my ears!
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