I've been creating my own tracks since last december with Fruity Loops studio.
I'm fairly comfortable with the overall construct of my songs; I know I'm still not the greatest at the overall sound quality, though.
Drums are especially something I struggle with. Any EQ tips for those?
I just feel as though there's more that I could do to tie my tracks together. Kind of give them that extra 'boost/feel' that they need, if that makes sense.
Well I don't think your mixing is all that bad. I mean if you can tell everything that's going on easily (and there is stuff going on), it's a good mix as far as I'm concerned.
A couple of just general tips when it comes to EQ'ing is to think about it as physical space. Each frequency is a space that should only be occupied by a single sound. So generally, if you want a sound to portrude more through the mix, you should cut frequencies from the other sounds in the song rather than boosting that particular song.
Just don't take what I just said to an extreme and cut everything completely square because that will sound very unnatural. But at least thinking along those lines will help you mix better.
Also, remember that stereo pan can greatly improve a mix. A sound that's at the left speaker can inhabit the same frequency as one on the right and if you make a sound slightly different on the left and right sides, it will sound wider and not take any space up in the center.
That's actually what you should do with your synths, since drums really need that center to hit.
What I think is the problem with your drums is more the sounds themselves. I'd recommend either downloading some tougher drum samples or layering (using several different samples of the same type of drum to make a single much harder drum) to make them sound bigger. Some effects like compression, distortion (might need to be careful with that one) and reverb (reverb can widen the sound though) might make them fuller too.