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Old 28th April 2003
Gear Nut
Yeah, option 2 is a complete none starter for me. It just wouldn't happen.

Option 3, whilst useful for DAW mixes has the possibility of homogenising the sound of the whole album the same.

I agree with Drumsond. Nail the track in one day with a couple of variations. Keep it fresh.

Actually, when mixing a whole album in one go, you kinda get in to a rhythm and it's possible to do 2 in one day & save some time to redo 1 or 2 (there's always a couple that need re-doing, never heard anyone mix a whole album & get it all right 1st time)