My big frustration is this - I will get a mix in my 'studio' that sounds okay, take it to the home stereo and, while not as 'bright' as a comparison commercial mix, the levels are good, the volume and frequency balance is okay and I can hear all the parts. Take it to the car, any car, and it fills up with mud. The bass becomes predominate, and the lower frequencies of the bass at that. I can't seem to take enough out to clean up the car sound and still retain a reasonable amount of bass on the other systems. I have high pass filtering at 80Hz at least on all the other tracks besides the kick drum, even higher on cymbals, hand percussion and vocals. Any hints at what I can focus on would be appreciated.
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