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Reference: A must for the pro?
Old 19th June 2009
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Reference: A must for the pro?

Thanks for the ton of info you have supplied and time you've taken so far.
A Q. to the great:
I was wondering do you also use reference CDs when mixing to 'reset' your ears in someway or do you have other things you use to recalibrate the ears?
And in addition to that do you mix (on average) on quite a loud volume or rather low? You take much rest when setting up initial mixes?
Old 19th June 2009
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Originally Posted by Doc_Rock ➡️
Thanks for the ton of info you have supplied and time you've taken so far.
A Q. to the great:
I was wondering do you also use reference CDs when mixing to 'reset' your ears in someway or do you have other things you use to recalibrate the ears?
And in addition to that do you mix (on average) on quite a loud volume or rather low? You take much rest when setting up initial mixes?
I usually listen to some things I've worked on, Pumpkins, Garbage, Green Day, etc...but sometimes i listen to other albums depending on what I'm working on. There's a great track my The Crystal Method I listen to tha has big, tight bass, Wild Sweet Cool...

also a cool electro track called Moan by Trentmoller that is good to test a system with.
Old 20th June 2009 | Show parent
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Originally Posted by ButchVig ➡️
also a cool electro track called Moan by Trentmoller that is good to test a system with.
Fantastic track indeed! I love Trentemollers mixes.

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