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[Getting started] How to Analyze a Mix

How to Analyze a Mix
Just like painting, photography and, obviously, music — mixing is an art in itself. And, as such, it also requires some training.

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Great article. 2 questions:

"And don't even think about using MP3 files. 44.1kHz/16-bit WAV files are a must."

This may be a silly question, but can you easily and freely access 44.1kHz/16-bit WAV files of pro mixes of your favorite bands? Like, is there a certain website or online library with higher-quality renderings of top songs?

"So, if you copy the first chorus and sync it perfectly to the second one while inverting its phase, you should end up with only what's different between them!"

This sounds like a really cool idea that I never thought of! Does anyone at AF have a youtube video or something that walks through how to do it? Or maybe someone can make a quick video of it? :lol: :lol: :lol:

thanks!
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