@uniquestereotype you could fix it if you made a remix...
This is so cool
im just putting out a reasonable explanation so i dont look like a dumbass
Bruv we already resolved this in hangouts
it just sounds empty.
my ears hear a lot of high and a lot of low but there is no nice lush pad or anything to fill in the frequency gaps. its like all high and high mid and all low. i checked your eq and it is missing some mid, but it doesnt matter what the eq says it just sounds empty. like, there are a lot of elements, but frequency range wise, it just seems empty
lmao dude chill
I do what i do bc mixing is like a puzzle. And i eq out the freqs of the sounds that dont need those freqs. I eq out the sub out of the chords bc the chords arent your bassline, the 808 is supposed to fill up that section. I eq out high mid out of my 808 bc the chords and leads are supposed to take up that section. Also if you have too many frequenies overlapping like that it will make it muddy, and make it hard to mix. I dont understand why this keeps bothering you.
I dont know how many times i need to clarify this to you, its the same thing you complain about every time. If you dont like it then dont listen, its that simple. Its not even criticism bc ur not telling me waht to do and youre also assuming inaccurately. Im not going to change the way i eq bc eq is done like this on a proffesional level and you dont seem to have a problem with that. I might have a little of it off and i might be over doing it a little, but i make music based on what i think sounds good. Make sense now?
No it hasnt. Its been low cut and not even completely. It has a little bit of high bass, and it has some low mid cut but thats it. If you think this is highpassed then im not sure what u think of actually highpassed things