#1
Hi

I've been working on these 2 recordings for the past 2 weeks as I am trying to learn more about mixing tracks and all the stuff that goes with music production. I feel I have finally got the volume levels of the drums guitars and bass levelled out and the panning of each track done ok, but I would like input from more experienced people on what else needs to be done. Both tracks include 4 rhythm guitar tracks, 2 lead guitar tracks, 2 bass tracks and the drums were split into 3 groups (snare and hi-hat, bass and toms, and cymbals).

My music

All advice and critisism is appreciated; if I have done something wrong, right, could improve something, should get rid of something please tell me .

And a more specific question I have is the lead guitar parts sound quite weak (the solos) compared to the rhythm, any ideas why and how to make them have abit more oompf as it were?

Thanks y'all look forward to seeing your replies
My Guitars:
Epiphone Flying V
Westfield SG
Laney Lc15110 230 G Tube Combo 15W
Presonus Audiobox USB

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eddiechance
#2
I'm guessing that by the lack of comments but the steadily rising (albeit slowly) number of listeners that either there is nothing I need to do to my recordings or they are so aweful no one has the heart to tell me lol. So here is 2 more specific questions:

What kind of changes do I need to make via mixing, etc. to get a crisper sound to the whole piece?

What can I do to give the lead guitar parts abit more power/oompff so they don't sound so weak?

Cheers all
My Guitars:
Epiphone Flying V
Westfield SG
Laney Lc15110 230 G Tube Combo 15W
Presonus Audiobox USB

check out http://soundcloud.com/
eddiechance