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Defining Characteristics Of Great Vs Amateur Mixes In The Studio
Eliminate the seven characteristics of an amateur mix and youíll be surprised just how good your song can sound.
By Bobby Owsinski ē Posted in Reading Room on August 10, 2018

As the author of a best selling mixing book (The Mixing Engineerís Handbook), Iím frequently asked to review mixes. And while many are remarkable and are a display of great talent, there does exist a category of mixes that, for want of a better term, you could call ďamateur.Ē

An amateur mix usually means that youíve not spent enough time listening and learning, but when you canít determine why a mix sounds great, the next best thing is to determine when you have something thatís, shall we say, less than great. So here are the seven characteristics of an amateur mix.

Continue reading on PSW: https://www.prosoundweb.com/channels/recording/defining_characteristics_of_great_vs_amateur_mixes/

« Last Edit: August 10, 2018, 11:48:15 AM by Keith Clark »
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