#1
I'm an editing engineer, so mixing is not really my forte.

EDIT: Forgot that there was a bass line added... it's been mixed in.

Please rip it apart.

https://soundcloud.com/blockroom-recordings/sinking-ship

This isn't the final mix, either. This is to give the band an idea of what it SHOULD sound like.
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#2
sounding great man. the guitars sound solid, I really dig that crunchy tone and they sit well in the mix. sounds like there are a couple bum notes here and there but I'm sure you guys are aware of those. they need to find a bassist!!

the vocals sounded a bit quiet throughout. I think you can get away with making them slightly louder.

the drums were sounding good. my only gripe is the toms, they sound a bit odd. I feel they need to be punchier. like their tone doesn't feel like it matches the rest of the kit. but mixing-wise I think the cymbals, kick, and snare feel pretty balanced.
#3
We know about the notes. I've barely done any editing yet, mostly fades and figuring out comps on the vocals.

BTW, this was mixed on headphones so the vocals will be a bit lost on most systems.
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#4
Turn the vocals up significantly and guitars a little bit too.. Drums overpower the guitars a lil. I'd also recommend putting some EQ on the vocals like something to make them a bit brighter in the mix. That's just me though. Vocals I think are best when they're crisp and clear.

Pretty good music though.
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#5
I tried that, they're way to sibilance.
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