Every music producer knows how vital mastering is to the success of their music. It can make or break your track. As a mastering engineer, however, your environment is perhaps one of the most important tools. The space you are in will affect how you hear the music coming out of your studio monitors. If you put a ton of work into mastering your track, but your room is set up poorly, your work will be wasted. That is why it is essential that you are able to accurately monitor the sounds you are composing, whether you are working in your bedroom with semi-professional equipment or in a million-dollar studio.
I’m going to share 5 tips for setting up your listening environment so that you always get the perfect master.
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