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Mixing on 4310s still practical in modern recording?
Old 4th September 2011
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Mixing on 4310s still practical in modern recording?

Hello. I have a pair of the 4310s and i absolutely love them, i really dont want to part with them. However i am running into a dilemma while mixing new music, particularly electronic music, as the mix sounds totally different when played on other systems, like new car stereos and peoples home equipment. My question is, should i update the monitors to accommodate to new genres and styles of music, or adapt to them while still using the same monitors. I do love the fact that when im going for a 70's sound, they are perfect for that, however is that still practical?
Old 4th September 2011
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Originally Posted by PolystyreneHuman View Post
I do love the fact that when im going for a 70's sound, they are perfect for that, however is that still practical?
wait - so when you mix a "70's sounding" song on these speakers it sounds the way you intended on new car stereos and people's home equipment, but when you mix other kinds of music it doesn't?
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