thank you, now things are getting to be more or less clear to me...
personally - i do not like to steal somebodys ready elements from tracks, as it wont help to learn for me to sound this way:) but a great tip btw:)
so i guess i have to put limiter on bus channel where my kick and bass are, so they will be heavily limited (compressed)?
No need to use a limiter if your sounds are fit to shape to begin with. Limiters are generaly only used to cut unwanted spikes. First, it helps a lot to have good sounds to begin with. Try to find the best sounding kick, snare and bass towards where you want to go. Makes it a lot easier to eq. With psy, its typicaly a good idea to eq the kick and bass as similare as possible. The better they melt together, like twins, the tighter the rolling groove. Also, if you want traditional 16th groove, keep the kick at exactly 1/4 beat long. If longer, it will overlap the bass. Regarding the snare, its already been covered. Might add that having these 3 elements in mono makes the mix tighter.
Duck the bass with sidechain compression from the kick. This will make shore the kick and bass are not overlaping. If it still does not sound tight, you can try to compress the bass and kick together. But you can also create kick samples that are already mixed and compressed in the first place. Saves time on you next project. Same goes with snare.