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    Nice sound, but the vocals get a bit lost in the mix. Bring them out a bit. Other than that, its not bad!

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    Pretty cool - Yeah, a bit of boost and maybe a touch of chorus on the vox would keep them out front a bit more... Maybe on the bass too... Just a touch...

    John Scrip - www.massivemastering.com

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    Thanks for the comments. I mixed this using some Roland MA-12s and was not hapy with it once I listened to it on anything else. Kind of dull on the top end and muted overall.

    I bought some Alesis M1MkIIs this weekend and have a new mix with a little more shimmer and brought the vocals out. I also think I got a better bottom. I'll post the new mp3 tonight.

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    hlc.kccompacts.com/mp3s/Close_and_Comfortable_2.mp3

    Remixed. I boosted the high end on some of the tracks the high end and pulled some of the mids from the guitars that were muddying/obscuring the vocals that however brought out some performance issues that weren't quite as noticable before.

    Again thanks for the comments.

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