Hi again @andytheyoo
I think it's just because your kick is too loud, reduce it's level and you'll be able to bring a bit more of the typical rumble effect back in the track. If the rumble is taking too much space, filter it and add more reverb to it, it needs to feel like a subliminal layer in this genre ( if that makes sense ).
It's a nice track, again I like very much the industrial atmospheric feel, it's creating a great feel in the mix, definitely try some tiny adjustments with this Kick & rumble and sub-bass. Start with reducing your kick level IMO.
A few suggestions arrangement wise :
at 0:36 : I missed a transition to bring this part with the filtered kick, it comes all of a sudden, breaking the listening experience.
at 0:56 : another transition than could be enhanced IMO, transition itself in terms of time is very short, you could use a huge effect like a freezing delay and reverb to maintain the atmosphere, use less percussive elements before introducing the kick again.
after 0:56 transition : then you're bringing back a pronounced rumble effect, it could be either filtered in volume to feel more progressive or introduced before with the above solution. Tame this rumble with EQ filtering & reverb.
It's still quiet a short track, playing with those transitions times and using some "trippy" moments to contrast with the more energetic parts could be nice. I've got a feel between something industrial techno and psychedelic & subliminal at the same time, which can be very great in this genre I think.
Good one for a first foray into Techno
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