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Old 28th July 2020
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Originally Posted by coldvodka View Post
as serban has said from the recording academy video stream recently,
when people say "we don't care about the rough mix, just do your thing"
most of the times they don't really mean it and would ask you to make it similar to the rough mix.
but in this case, they actually did mean it.
is there any way that you could tell if the clients actually want some big changes?
It’s not a first pass decision. First pass I stayed close to the rough generally. When the artist then says then said “sounds great but can we make the post chorus harder and more dramatic” I started being more experimental. When that worked on the first song And she loved it I got more freedom And trust to keep going.