16th March 2010
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Originally Posted by Powder Kutz
Prove what? Maybe it's just me but...WTF? Are you trying to prove acoustic treatment isn't important? If so, then why is the "pro studio" in your example perfectly treated? saying that 100 "noobs" that can't mix out of a perfect acoustic setup, won't be able to mix in a perfect setup doesn't prove that, it proves they can't mix! It proves that sound insulation doesn't grab knobs and make your mixes better all by itself. Would their mixes improve? I'd put money on yes.
OP-It could be useful to hear your mixes at a "pro studio" but it sounds like you are happy with everything except the low end and Time=$. IMO, going somewhere other than your studio, to find deficiencies in your mixes is a band-aid. Fix your setup, you'll enjoy it more!