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[Getting started] How to Know When Your Mix is Finished

 
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Mike Levine

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1 Posted on 03/25/2016 at 08:44:27Direct link to this post
How to Know When Your Mix is Finished
Top mix engineers will tell you that they instinctively know when they're finished with a mix. But for those of us who haven’t reached that level yet, it’s usually hard to have that kind of certainty. Here are some questions to ask yourself to help you determine if your mix is ready for prime time.

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2 Posted on 04/04/2016 at 09:58:24Direct link to this post
Lots of good advice here. It was interesting to find out that a lot of engineers use boomboxes to test their mixes. I always used a car stereo.

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3 Posted on 04/06/2016 at 10:25:18Direct link to this post
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Lots of good advice here. It was interesting to find out that a lot of engineers use boomboxes to test their mixes. I always used a car stereo.

Yeah, I use the car stereo method myself. As long as it's a system that you know well, it can be helpful in referencing your mixes.
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