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Old 29th December 2017
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Originally Posted by Sharp11 View Post
When you use non - musical and non-scientific words to describe audio terms, you need to speak with more "clarity" - one person's "clean" is another's "clearer".
Okay, in non-precise, non-scientific terms, I think that "clean" means "not distorted." And I think "clear" means "distinguishable." And I think you can record sounds that are so clean they're indistinguishable in a mix.