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#ActualRedAudio

Posted 05 September 2012 - 05:43 AM

RMS yes, but for some one new to mixing it isn't a good idea to whack all your faders up to maximum only to use a master to pull the volume down. That's just bad mixing etiquette it leaves you with little room for automation, and encourages new people to go OTT on processing. There's no need for you to keep pushing faders up to hear your music louder, just turn your speakers up, (unless you've not recorded x-instrument properly with a good gain setting) then when you get to mastering you'll get the volume back. When stuff starts distorting badly from having too much gain, from EQ boosting, compression make up or gain boosting, you can still hear it even if you're not going over 0db on the master. If it's the odd minor clip then yeah, not too much of a problem. Anyway, my 2p.

#3RedAudio

Posted 05 September 2012 - 03:58 AM

RMS yes, but for some one new to mixing it isn't a good idea to whack all your faders up to maximum only to use a master to pull the volume down. That's just bad mixing etiquette it leaves you with little room for automation, and encourages new people to OTT on processing. There's no need for you to keep pushing faders up to hear your music louder, just turn your speakers up, (unless you've not recorded x-instrument properly) then when you get to mastering you'll get the volume back. When stuff starts clipping badly on faders from having too much gain, from EQ boosting, compression make up or gain boosting you can still hear it even if you're not going over 0db on the master. If it's the odd minor clip then yeah, not too much of a problem. Anyway, my 2p.

#2RedAudio

Posted 05 September 2012 - 03:57 AM

RMS yes, but for some one new to mixing it isn't a good idea to whack all your faders up to maximum only to use a master to pull the volume down. That's just bad mixing etiquette it leaves you with little room for automation, and encourages new people to OTT on processing. There's no need for you to keep pushing faders up to hear your music louder, just turn your speakers up, (unless you've not recorded x-instrument properly) then when you get to mastering you'll get the volume back. When stuff starts clipping badly on faders from having too much gain, from EQ, compression or gain boosting you can still hear it even if you're not going over 0db on the master. If it's the odd minor clip then yeah, not too much of a problem. Anyway, my 2p.

#1RedAudio

Posted 05 September 2012 - 03:53 AM

RMS yes, but for some one new to mixing it isn't a good idea to whack all your faders up to maximum only to use a master to pull the volume down. That's just bad mixing etiquette it leaves you with little room for automation, and encourages new people to OTT on processing. There's no need for you to keep pushing faders up to hear your music louder, just turn your speakers up, then when you get to mastering you'll get the volume back. When stuff starts clipping badly on faders from having too much gain, from EQ, compression or gain boosting you can still hear it even if you're not going over 0db on the master. Anyway, my 2p.

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