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[Getting started] Improve Your Mix with A/B Referencing (Part 1)

Improve Your Mix with A/B Referencing (Part 1)
Referencing your mix against an existing recording via the process known as “A/B-ing,” is a great way to check the quality of your work and help you overcome inaccurate studio acoustics. Here in part 1 of this 2-part article, we’ll look at why referencing is so useful, and offer some setup options.

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Nice article,

Magic A/B is nice but I personally prefer 'Perception' by Meterplugs and Ian Shepherd.
https://www.meterplugs.com/perception

What I would like to know is if there are some great balanced mixes specifically for this purpose?

Regards,

Andreas
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What I would like to know is if there are some great balanced mixes specifically for this purpose?


What exactly do you mean? like, mixes that need no work, just to see how they would sound if you messed with them? what purpose are you referring to?
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