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Time is money and that means the more time you take to make mix decisions is the less your time is worth (if you’re working at a project rate). If you’re someone that works an hourly rate, you’ll end up charging your clients for time that’s frankly wasted to them.
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A great mix is going to sound amazing regardless of if you’re in a multi-million dollar studio, at home with some headphones, or playing back through a loudspeaker system at a concert. There are many key concepts that audio engineers can carry over from the studio to a live sound environment, but the similarities don’t just stop there.
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Most audio engineers find their way into recording artists one of two ways. They either played music themselves and had an interest in learning the recording side of things, or they started out with a passion for music without any musicianship and wanted a way to get into working with it every day.

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