Not bad but , mixing and hertz blending is an issue i hear on this one as well. I adressed hertz ranges in another review. So heres one for generic mixing tips.
- Your kick should generally always be the loudest part of a mix with in electronic music. A simple rule of thumb ( give or take) is the kick should not exceed -8db, and the bass is the 2nd loudest part of the mix. everything else should not exceed the db of the kicks. ( this is pre master of course) This way it leaves you some room to throw in something like maximus and give it a little master before shipping it out. Param eq 2 is your best friend, on each chan you have a sound set to, make sure to clip off all the useless harmonics of a sound before finishing with it. ( allot of it depends on what you find useless, or what sound you are going for.)
Since i'm fairly certain you are using fl at this point based on the sounds i;m hearing. I feel it's safe to assume and leave tips accordingly.
Although i may come across as blunt or rude, i assure you i write these not for the sake of trolling or being a hater, but hopefully to help in some way. ( disclaimer) =p
Woah! Thanks for all the great info! I don't regularly work on creating loops since I'm pretty busy other things but next time I work on a few I'll have to try to keep all of this in mind!