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Old 15th July 2005
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I think it's common and also important to attend once the mix is taking shape, even if it's just for a short time.
That should be possible, or at least get a CD to check it at home and then give some input to the mixer.

Starting a mix with somebody sitting in the back is THE WORST POSSIBLE THING though. Say work on a bass sound,even if it's just for a minute, and getting the 'But you wouldn't put the bass that high in the mix' wisdom from the client....

Singers are the worst really, try an effect just for the hell of it and be sure that some folks are deadly offended how you dare messing with their incredible, performance in its blissful, pure state.....