What is the mixing process?

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After all your tracks are recorded, then comes time to decide how each track will appear in the final mix. Louder, softer, tonal characteristics, effects, how a part will build throughout the song… all these (and more) are decisions to be made for each and every track. The more tracks you have the longer you should expect a mixdown to take. And remember, with todays mixing capabilities, even the finest details can be addressed, from minimizing a single breath to tuning up a phrase that didn’t quite make it to pitch.

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