Yes, I still use Soundclick. Bite me. https://soundclick.com/share.cfm?id=13851513 Truth be told, I've never been particularly good at mixing and mastering. Even when I've been able to tell myself, "yeah, this mix is good!", it's always felt like there's some cognitive dissonance in which I can keep thinking it sound good... so long as I don't listen to anything else. Having said that, I really feel like I might have finally achieved a mix that is objectively good. It feels like it's got good separation, good coverage of the spectrum, nothing is causing harsh clipping. (I'll qualify this by stating that I'm shit at detecting high frequency clipping, but at least the spectrograph seems to agree, at least about the high end. I am pushing the bass frequencies a bit harder than I should, but at least they don't cause that awful, sibilant clipping that we all hate.) The guitar tones big but all slot in their place, and the soundstage, at least from what I hear, sounds a lot more expansive than anything I've previously achieved. So, here's a sample. Did I get it right for once?