Yes, I know what you mean. That's due to the recording technique and the range of frecuencies of the different sounds|
Equalizers are the tool to fix that, but it can be a quite tricky task if you don't really understand what you're doing. That was me when I started getting myself into this world, I would try so many different things to bring a voice forward or move the drums to a quieter "place", and I would just move switches and see (well, hear) what happened.
The main objective is to know how to place every instrument and voice in the global mix so that you can hear each one and "isolate" it in your head. That's pretty difficult, but practice makes it work! The alignment is also important, and if the tracks are well recorded and follow the tempo, it should be easier to place them in the right spot.
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