Hi Massy!Hm, maybe you might have gone with some different compression on the bass and thus tried to keep the low-midhump more behaved. I don't know. The reverb is very modestly applied. A touch more might not have been bad, same room sizes, IR-reverbs. But that's all personal taste. For the widening of the parnorama. You might have experimented with some very short stereo delay on the tracks, thus keeping some glue on a very reduced level. Delay length between 12-18ms. I've had good experiences with the etd and 2143. Lately the latter is my favourite, I have more control over it. Did you apply some highpass filter to the guitars? You could you know, same for the vocals. probably take a filter with a shallow slope, seeing, that the arrangement is that small.
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