Can you hear the compression?
its a clean sound. as describe the sound u r after.
cause how it comes in i thought it was lil too much but the balance of the bass drum..... seemed ok i gotta zone out and think on this.
after zoning out...... the bass is balanced in the mix if dat was the focal of the compression buuuuut..... your hi hats and snare maybe is lil high in volume. sooooit messes with me thinking u had the compression too much their but dat's the beatbox machine sooooo it really sounds like there is a seperate song in the mix cause of the hi hats. but the volume of everything else is under the balance...... i would bring your down a hair. and lower the hi hats a bit more than a hair. cause its overpowers your groove u got going.
Sounds ok, and not too much "pumping". I recommend losing the "Width" on your main bass and drum channels; this will firm your mix up and give you more of a sense of balance and firmness that you're looking for.
It's the shakers' level that appears to be too high, not the hats......
I'm curious to see where this goes, as it seems like this is a start of something bigger later...
thanx jason!!! ((( sooo idk ok )))
Thanks Jason! Will keep ya updated.
@jason I knew I was going to have trouble. Towards the end I added a slave to beef up the Pcm now I can't get the compression right. Take a look if you would right at about the100 bar mark
Have a crack at this........ the Octavizer is a fickle being.... also using Width phase shifting on drums and bassline will give false "loudness" perceptions to your ears, especially when headphone mixing, and cause mxing issues.
Hopefully this helps you on the path you want to roll on with....
----note attached SongFile was quickly peeked at using Windows Caustic 3.2b6 (arrrgh I need to get 7 on my desktop, I have it on everything else) so check your Master Reverb stereo settings, to make sure you're hearing stereo effect...