Hey everyone, Well, it's been a long time, but I'm back to the recording and mixing! If you helped me last time (a year ago), you might remember that this will go up on my YouTube channel at http://youtube.com/JoshHPMusic/ and mat be available for download on iTunes at some point. But basically, I need help with a new mix. It is a cover for Green Day's Sweet 16. I've done at least 5 hours of mixing so far on this, but I don't feel like it is finished yet. So I would like to ask for some help, advise, any tips that will make this mix sound complete. For context, here are some details: Audio interface is a Focusrite Saffire Pro 24 DSP. Drums are in Superior Drummer, the NYC kit, with a few plugins within the mix section of SD. Clean (strat) guitar is double tracked, from a Fender Mustang III 12", mic'ed with a CAD m179 up close, and SM58 further away. Distortion (LP) guitar is double tracked, same mic setup. Bass is a cheapo Squier Precision Bass, DI'ed into the Saffire, with a Waves JJP Bass plugin. Vocals are mic'ed with both the CAD m179 and the SM58. Double tracked in the chorus parts. Separate instances of the Waves CLA Vocals plugin, with some compression, delay, and eq. Just tell me if you want to know more. Here's the file: https://www.dropbox.com/s/k917fx8348kvgzd/Sweet 16 (Draft3).m4a Thanks, -Josh P.S. I would love to hear from you, Remy!