Mixing Vs Mastering – What’s The Difference? – TheRecordingRevolution.com

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25 thoughts on “Mixing Vs Mastering – What’s The Difference? – TheRecordingRevolution.com”

  1. this may sound stupid but is there a way to mix a track if you only have a
    draft no vocal files

  2. Presumably, then, it is typical to give a mastering engineer your stereo
    mix, as opposed to multitrack stems, right?

    And… should compression (e.g. multiband dynamics) on the master be
    avoided entirely (like limiting), if someone else will be mastering it? I’m
    guessing the answer is “it depends” right?

  3. If you have anything in the master bus that affects dynamics, it makes it
    really messy and difficult to mix properly because the interactions between
    different tracks levels go very complex and fast.

    That’s why you should *never* put anything in the master bus that affects
    dynamics or you screw it up easier.

    EQ? Stereo enhancement? Go at it… but never touch the sum dynamics until
    the mix is done because mixing is about balance and sound.

  4. Graham, are you using the Eris E8s? What do you think of them? Currently
    have the E5s and would like some more low end extension while mixing.

    Great video as always

    -Jake

  5. cleared up a lot! thanks, I am thinking about getting a beat pad so i can
    start making my own instrumentals. What would you suggest?

  6. i agree in to a lot of things but why would i wan all the songs on my album
    to have the same tone,or sound similar for that matter..yes all shoud have
    the same volume but wont you wan each song to have their own
    characteristic?

  7. Steven Wilson says he doesn’t even master, just keeps the songs the way he
    mixed them because he thinks it sounds good enough to his ears

  8. Like you know those times when you are in class , and you hear the
    professor saying Masterfader , and you bust your ass laughing ?

  9. Is it a Bad i idea to make your songs sound as close as you want them to
    without that -6dB crap? if the -6dB thing is absolutely necessary can i
    take that off at the end, like just take -6dB of the master fader?

  10. You cleared up alot of confusion dealing with mixing vs mastering. You
    should do a review or tutorial on TRacks.

  11. Hello , i got a lot of good info from your video. just had one question.
    what is a good volume to be at before sending off to mastering? thanks for
    your time

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