Originally Posted by Masson92
I like the guitar melodies but that snare at the start and end has way too much reverb you could lower it alot and still get the same effect. I've never really heard cyber grind and I don't think i'd be a fan of it but the transition kind of works. You also might want to tweak the different elements in that drop at ~1:37 to give them their own space as it kind of blends in to one.
Again i don't know the genre so not sure what you were going for haha Good effort though
Originally Posted by GeorgesBoris
I agree with Masson, the reverb is wayy too much.
I think the song need some heavy mixing, all the elements are very muffled with exception of the snare that hits me in the face, i would try to balance that, pan things around, add some sidechaining to the kick in the "dubstep" part, and in the grind part i miss some high-frequencies in the kick, what is the kick that sounds like a machine gun like all grindcore?? lol
the construction you made is really simple, the "dubstep" and the "cybergrind", both would benefit from some deconstruction.. making the track a little less linear would make it more interesting!
i want to see the evolution of this crazy mix of yours!
best of luck man.
Thank you both for your suggestions.
The snare drenched in reverb: I'd say I personally love it soaked in reverb instead of just a dry hit, might be because of Scorn's influence, with those hard-ass "in your face" type of snares haha.
But I can try to tweak it down a bit and see how it sounds.
As for panning the different elements in the cybergrind part to give them more room to breathe, yeah I agree, I'll have to tweak them around so there's a bigger soundstage and everything hopefully will sound less muffled.
Thanks again for the suggestions, that way I can improve it.
I've tweaked it a bit now, how about this:
Version 3, some corrections as suggested in the feedback: