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Album criticism--etiquette?
Old 3rd May 2019
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Album criticism--etiquette?

Hey guys. I've been mixing and "mastering" (does it count if you do it yourself) an album for a while. I think I'm almost done, but I need some knowledgeable ears to critique the technical stuff. My friends think it's just magic that sounds are coming out of speakers and are no help at all.

What's the etiquette here for that? It's 9 tracks. Is that too many? I have wav files on Google Drive. Should i post to soundcloud for easier listening?

Thanks ahead of time.
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