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Old 21st June 2019
Lives for gear

I’d be tempted just to put these type of things on a submix or a mixbuss even if just to learn from them.

Much in the same way you can use a “match eq”. Use these tools to try and improve the sound and then study them to see where your mix is deficient, fix those tracks and then rinse and repeat. It’s kind of like having a second opinion. Some changes you will make and think that maybe it’s not an improvement so then you just simply don’t stick with those changes.

Anything that offers you another perspective is a powerful thing.