'@beatsbyoyo' Well i use master assistant to shave off some time on compressing the sound but then i EQ and stuff like that myself. Sometimes mix turns out balanced to the point that EQ won't move one bit but i like to change stuff to my liking.
That being said i still have lot to learn when it comes to master but it mostly comes with time sadly. I can listen to my older beats right now and hear how horrible they sound mix, master wise. Probably will listen to the stuff i did now years from now and will think the same, if i progress though :)
Okay, well I had some time so I listened to your beat on multiple devices. I'd lower the volume of the snare+clap a bit. The high freq's of it will kill your ears on earbuds and with vocals on top it might come off a little dirty. Bass is nicely balanced, which I find the most important part of a hiphop beat to make it sound good. You did a very good job imo, nice stereo balance too' @soundrecipemusic'
'@soundrecipemusic' dope beat. I agree with beatsbyoyo those high frequencies to bite a little. Are you using the multiband compressor while mastering? it definitely has that thick dre type feel to it. enjoyed listening to it. Im just happy to see the producers using the' @Soundgine' platform actually care about their sound. the other platforms you have some of the most simple sounding beats ever made. I knock no one for their creativity. But, we make music over here.
I don't use multiband compression often honestly. I use some EQ on the drums, compression bit of saturation, waves Rbass on the kick it depends on the beat.