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Sep 8, 2016 09:00 AM

Joey Sturgis

5 Tips for Quality Home Recordings

Image via tunecore.com

Home recording can be a challenge. How do you get that studio quality minus the studio? Try these five tips below from the TuneCore blog and take your DIY recordings to the next level.

The 4 Elements That Separate a Good Mix From a Great Mix

Joey Sturgis. (Image courtesy of the author)

The first thing to understand about music is that it's completely subjective. You might make music for yourself, you might make music for an audience, but the audience will always form their own opinions about your labor of love. The same is true for me: some people love my work, some people hate my work. I'm fine with that.

With that said, I do believe that there are some basic concepts that (for the most part) transcend individual, subjective preferences and make the difference between a good mix and a great mix.