Hi everyone, I recently recorded a band, and the mix doesn't seem to be coming together for me. Here is a chorus/instrumental from the song. Setup was as follows: Drums: SM57 above the snare Shure PG56's on the toms Shure PG52 inside the bass drum A pair of RODE NT3's as overheads Bass was just a line from the amp to the interface. Guitars - amps miced with 57's Pad was also a line from the synth to the interface Vocals - RODE NT1-a Not much in the way of effects - just some mild compression on the drums and some reverb on the vocals. In terms of EQ, I think this is where I'm going wrong. The RODE NT3's tend to sound very bright to my ears, and actually picked up a LOT of snare. The result is a very papery snare sound :S I've tried boosting the low mids on the snare track, but I can't boost the lows on the overheads without detracting from the cymbals. I've subsequently tried micing under the snare as well, but all I get is unflattering ringing and more papery snare rattle. Any suggestions for EQ/effects/mic placement/room would be appreciated!