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Old 14th October 2018
Lives for gear
pencilextremist's Avatar
it depends, if you're working for free treat it like education and learn from all the mistakes, the problem is though is that there's a lot of bands out there who are ONLY interested in engineers and studios who do the work for free, the same bands always inevitably end up paying somebody to do it again or mix what you've recorded, sometimes the pros do a worse job, you wouldn't believe how terrible some pros are out there, just because you charge for something doesn't mean you're great.

For that reason I'd focus on the quality of your work more than anything else, that's what stands you out from everybody else!