as I replied to the other thread
Is much better overall! Like completely better!
But for me you could do these:
Piano sounds a bit like lofi - bad quality (is it good sample library?), and maybe you could remove some 90-150 Hz about 1-2 dB
I would introduce the high strings gently at 0:11, also high and low strings are a bit loud.
there is a bit of string overlap at drop at 0:47, like some strings have lots of delay or something
Claps at 0:47 are a tad loud
You could pan the high strings a bit to the left (like a real orchestra) so to make space in your mix.
Maybe some bells at 0:47 could be panned right a bit
Claps at 1:16-1:17 are loud!
Guitar at 1:18 is loud, and also lo fi (bad quality like pitched down) like the piano, and it has a bit 100-200 Hz loud. It hides the piano (which is the intro element)
at 1:33, don’t use the high strings, bring them 9 bars later on at 1:49
Also bring at 1:49 the guitars rhythmic( from 1:56)
At 2:03, hi hat is loud, also some bells are loud, you should keep in focus the piano
Lastly and most important, the kick also sounds lofi and bad quality. Its very low in volume, and is a bit trancy rather than gentle.
Watch out for the claps they are a bit late, you should make them play sooner as they seem delayed out of sync. Also they are a bit loud!
Instead of turning up the volume of newly introduced instruments on top of your other mix, a good trick is to lower some older instruments, like the strings and piano in this case.
For piano and guitar by lofi I mean, it seems like they have a steep lowpass filter!