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    Question Mixing vocals WITHOUT Stems

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    Hello everyone! So I've been mixing my music on my own and when I don't produce my own songs I have to mix around a single instrumental mp3. This is the latest song I've done that way. Any tips on making the mix smoother to the point where you can't tell I recorded over a single file?

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    Welcome JohnnyM92.

    I must say that your first post comes across (to myself anyway) as if you are just looking for hits on your song. If that is not the case and you are truly looking for advice than I propose that you take a bit of time to introduce yourself to the community here first. The fact that you didn't take the time to find the forum here where members ask for insight in their recordings was the flag...

    Just sayin...
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