Hi again @SA_GEM
Such an improvement with levels IMO The clarity gain is immediate and the listening experience is much more nice now, but believe me or not you could still reduce that kick by a few dB
This kick is 100% mono for me, which is putting it "In Your Face" and making it louder than the rest because of perceptive loudness, for the other instruments you spread the stereo sides and used quite a lot of reverb on almost each of them.
This is giving the "psychedelic" touch to the track which is nice, but the fact that the kick is mono and still loud makes it sounding like "next" to the rest of the tracks if you see what I mean, it's not blending with the rest.
IMO, 2 things to try : first one is reducing the Kick level a bit more & the second one is to try applying a tiny bit of reverb to the higher register frequencies of the kick. Simple way to experiment with that is to send the kick to an effect channel that would have a Low Cut filter to avoid the low end going to the reverb ) followed by a compressor, follow by the reverb itself. Depending of the kick volume amount of sent, filtering freq & comp. settings + chosen reverb & settings you could get pretty cool results for this kind of track I think.
Just something to play with, but yea, overall & compared to the first version, this is really much more pleasant to the ears , over saturation is now gone
Letting the other comments coming in now...