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Musically, I really like this ! . . . though, I wonder about the bass. Makes the overall mix sound very thick, because of the bass long sustain ? I just had to turn the volume down because of that, but the acoustic guitar and flute solo part work very well.

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Great acoustic guitar tone , i never achieve that , it all pops out at you , yeah i liked this very nuch cheers

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I’m listening in the van, so take this with a grain of salt. The bottom is a bit boomy. Maybe it’s the sustained bass notes. Maybe some judicious use of high pass filtering. 
Great tune, so 👍‘s here!

t

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Very nice clear guitar tones - agree the bass needs looking at, otherwise good stuff

Nigel

 

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probably could benefit from a high pass filter.  Other than that, musically it progresses nicely and keeps the listener on the hook.

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very nice tune there Tim, enjoy it very much....Celtic songs are one of my favorite genre's....maybe take a bit of treble off the guitars....take some low end off the bass....flute is fine 👌🎵🔊🎻

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Thanks for all of the comments from everyone! Very helpful.

I decided to remix this tonight based on the suggestions received here.

Things I changed-

I removed the Abbey Road Chambers and replaced it with Phoenix reverb using a wide chamber. 

I did EQ work on the guitar softening it substantially using a combination of dynamic EQ and normal EQ.

I changed the tempo from 122 to 115.

I replaced the Bass in Modo Bass from a Fender to a Paul Mcartney style bass. I made the touch softer and lowered the volume making various other changes in Modo Bass.

I remastered the track to be less aggressive so it sits lower on the LUFS scale now.

I corrected the cut off tail at the end.

-Tim

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