Okay, I'm a guitarist. I know, what guitar-sound I'm going for - for every project and player (and I'm mostly mixing myself, so I've got a pretty good idea, where I want to go). I have no fundamental problems mixing drums, too. But mixing bass-guitar - being a nearly inaudible, kind of mysterious instrument to me - is my personal horror ... each and every time. Lets say my goal is, to achieve a relatively decent sound for demo'ing song-ideas to my fellow band-mates. Thus I can't shell out a new set of bass-strings for every song and I can't spend hours and hours automating the bass-tracks. I've got a relatively good bass-guitar (an LTD GC-4), a bunch of plugins and a shitload of suggestions and tutorials about recording and mixing bass-guitar (Ola's YouTubetorial, the Systematic Mixing Guide and knowledge that I aquired over the years from this board). Still I'm constantly ending up with boomy tracks that are lacking basically everything or overwhelming the whole song. I don't need perfect bass-tracks, just a little push in the right direction. Could some of you guys show me some readily mixed bass-tracks so that I can analyze, of what a good bass-sound consists of?