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How To Make Better Mixes By Beating Your Own Reference Tracks

Using a reference track can do wonders to help you improve your mix.

In this week’s step by step mixing video, we’ll be looking at reference mixing to make sure our mix sounds better than the previous master.
We’ll also be looking at some slightly crazy 808 processing to make the mix even tighter in the low end.

In this video, I’m actually using a reference track of a previous master because I’m looking to BEAT my previous mix of the song so that you can clearly hear the improvements we’ve made in the entire step by step mixing series.

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About Audio Issues and Björgvin Benediktsson

At Audio Issues you’ll learn simple and practical audio production tips you can use right away to improve your music from your home recording studio.  Björgvin is the best-selling author of Step By Step Mixing and the founder of Audio Issues. He helps musicians and producers turn amateur demos into professionally produced records they can be proud to release.

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