Slight bit of peaking, again you seem to have boosted those nasty 100-300 hertz a bit too high. They are drowning out the mix and causing unwanted mud in the mix. Crisp up those upper hertz ranges, and again lower the mid slightly. It almost sounds like you have a cutt off filter linked to the main chan. The mix is very muddy, however if this was taken via mp3 and re-mastered, you don't have many options to reEQ the original mix. On that note heavy heavy post mastering and specific hertz compression will get you out of those binds easily.
What sound system are you using? Because over here it ain't muddy at all.
I tried it out on my senhaizer headphones
and Z4 2.1 soundsystem.
I love the instruments and the bass-y, dark atmosphere. The distorted effects really add a lot to the piece. The structure is pretty interesting, but it could've used a little more dynamic contrast at times. I like what you did with the drums and the transitions, especially at 2:09. It got a little repetitive by the end, and I'm not sure exactly how much of this is your own original work, but it's still a pretty good remix. The part that bothered me the most was probably the very end. The synth at 4:49 sort of came out of nowhere, and it ended really suddenly. Still, nice work overall. I've seen your tracks on the front page a bunch of times before. I should've reviewed one of them earlier. ;)
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