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Just want feedback on this 2 track
hip-hop
vocals

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give files pls

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I can still here muddiness/boxyness on the vocals. Both static and dynamic eq should take care of it. could also use harmonic exciter on the higher frequencies and a little bit more tightness using a compressor. 
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yo send the files! sounds like your voice needs some eq.
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Vocals could use some saturation and some 8k brightness added. I would also remove a bit of 100k and use 2 compressors for vocals. 1st compressor shoould just cathc the peaks in your recording and the second should be around -5 of gain reduction. Thats just my personal thoughts

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Listening on DT990s Pro Edition.
I like the levels, I think it could be a bit more dynamic. Vocal lows are too prominent in my opinion, and they need to be cut or reduced a little. The guitar is the main melody and it doesn't feel like it. More presence for it, panned left right too, I'm not sure what else. That is all my opinion. I'm not an expert.
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voice to boxy, should be more in your face. rest is fine

can i get the mix in 24bit/44khz waf or AIFF not the master, with no sum compression or limitiing... i need tracks to learn improve mastering
I will release an AB comparison @ my youtube: SOS-Mastering
files -> sostegno@gmx.net
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The mix is actually pretty good. There is a boxy frequency i would cut probably around 300-500khz on the vocal. Other than that it sit pretty good in the mix. Some people say add brightness, but just listen to it after you do your 300-500khz cut and i think it might bring out the highs. I can advise a lil gain reduction as well 3-5 db and a little more compression, i can still hear a few peaks. But this a bop bro!
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sounds thin, empty, btw where did you get this stems or tracks?

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What DAW do you use?