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Old 27th September 2015
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It is a big mistake to think a weak mix or recording can some how be "fixed" in mastering. In fact, mastering can only high light the flaws. One suggestion I have is to form a relationship with a
mastering engineer and while mixing a project send some early mixes to be checked out. This not only gives a mixer a "progress report" but also lets the mastering person familiar with what is
to be mastered later so everyone involved ( including the record company ) is always on the same page. i always keep everyone in the loop when doing an album instead of just turning in the
record cold .