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Dragonion

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  1. Fair enough, I just updated the question (although one could argue that there really is nothing stopping anyone from calling themselves an expert either)
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    Feedback on a demo Track! Mixing/Balance

    As for the beginning I guess you could add a few discrete effects here and there although I personally think it sounds pretty good with a simple synth and a few echoing "blobs". As for the kick I guess it's a matter of either boosting the lower freqs a bit with some EQ, finding another sample/VST/RTAS, or perhaps adding an emphasizing bass drum wherever you need some additional punch. The "haha"-break sounds fine imo and I'm sure you can fix the supposed emptiness with some good mastering software like iZotope Ozone 5. That said, I think it's a good idea to let it rest for some days. I know from my own experience that working on the same track too many days in a row tends to kill the enthusiasm.
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    Feedback on a demo Track! Mixing/Balance

    I don't know how helpful this is but the mix sounds fine in a regular Razer headset. Good and full atmosphere. The composition is also good although it really isn't a genre I usually listen to. Very creative with all the mouth-generated sounds.
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