Mixing for Mastering

This blog is going to make mastering engineers around the world very happy with me. It’s about leaving them some room so they can all keep their day jobs. With today’s tools and technology it’s very easy for us to maximize our final mixes to the point where they sound like a finished product, which neccessarily isn’t a bad thing, unless of course you plan on sending it off to be mastered. Mastering can encompass many different things, but mainly it’s where the final compression/limiting, and EQ’ing will take place. What this means to our final mixes is that they may sound quieter, less punchy, and duller than it’s mastered counterpart. Our gut tells us to make it sound like the latest U2

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