Jones, Sarah
December 2009
Mix;Dec2009, Vol. 33 Issue 12, p20
The article discusses several issues faced by mastering engineers to produce high quality mix. It notes that low-cost tools have lowered the standard of entry for engineers and artists as lower budgets cause shortage to overall productions. It cites that mastering engineers must know how to distinguish the difference between making fine mix adjustments and finishing the mix during mastering as the latest trend in mastering room, the mix stems, is only used to fine tune but not to finish the mix.


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