Certainly. First off though, I must say this is not my preferred genre of music, so my depth of knowledge may not be as great as the next guy's :P
Straight up I could hear that all of the audible elements were well balanced and all had their own space in the track. When the guitar entered the scene it was clashing slightly with the crash cymbals. I would recommend cutting a small amount of the highs off the guitar with a high shelf filter. A shaving of -2dB will make those cymbals stand out alot more than before with minimal effect on the guitar.
The kick and snare are a bit soft for my taste (but that would be because I'm quite into EDM). Next time, try notching out the frequencies on all of your instruments that the kick and snare are most prevalent in (around 100Hz and 200Hz). Your drums should stick out of the mix slightly more.
Apart from that, I think your mix is fairly clear. No real troubles with headroom or clashing frequencies, so great job! You've actually got quite a catchy riff there and I really enjoyed listening to it! Solid effort mate. Keep it up!
Thanks,I couldn't hope for a better review.As a guitar player I might have a tendency to push the guitar forward and not paying enough attention to the kick and snare sound.
I'm still learning how to work with frequencies and EQ so I'll definately try out these advices !
I'm glad you enjoy the song.Since people seem to like it I think I'll turn it into a full song and pay better attention to the interaction between the guitar and the drums.
As I said it, you are fuckin awesome !
Awesome, love how short it is and the atmosphere is perfect for what you're talking about! It's pumped but heavy. Loops pretty good too!
Great ! It's really cool that you instantly gets the vibe from the song
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