#1
got a ruff layout of a a song i have been working on just recently got back into music
and wanted to throw some stuff out there and get some constructive criticism i played and wrote for all the instruments on the track the whammy solo was just goofed on
i did some mixing but just starting to learn everything as far as mixing go so any criticism
there is much appreciated
but in any case here it is

http://profile.ultimate-guitar.com/johnnycakes010/
#2
Cool stuff here, man. Overall, the song is solid. I like how simply it's put together, and how you were able to layer a lot of stuff. One thing I would suggest is to keep the intro guitar in the middlie instead of panned to one side. It sounds great panned hard left and right afterwards though. The whole mix is lacking in bass and low mids. I would also try and get rid of some of the high end. The higher leads really come out very shrill. Drums are done fine, but need to be brought more to the middle. They seem very spread out. Also, the whammy solo could be fixed with compression with a slow release. That'll help your tone sustain better at the same volume level, instead of it trailing off like it does in this version.

Here's mine
https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1430834
C4C?
#3
Really cool track. I like the bass a lot. Very simple, but has a certain feel that makes me want to keep on listening. I like the guitar tones. It's just the panning of the mix that throws me off. I feel the left channel lead should be in the middle. Solid song.

C4C?
https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1430886
#4
Quote by Progbass92
Cool stuff here, man. Overall, the song is solid. I like how simply it's put together, and how you were able to layer a lot of stuff. One thing I would suggest is to keep the intro guitar in the middlie instead of panned to one side. It sounds great panned hard left and right afterwards though. The whole mix is lacking in bass and low mids. I would also try and get rid of some of the high end. The higher leads really come out very shrill. Drums are done fine, but need to be brought more to the middle. They seem very spread out. Also, the whammy solo could be fixed with compression with a slow release. That'll help your tone sustain better at the same volume level, instead of it trailing off like it does in this version.

Here's mine
https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1430834
C4C?


thanks and yea i put a high pass on the bass to make room for the kick i guess i may have cut a little too much i panned the guitars to make room for the vocals didnt know if the leads being panned center would interfere with that