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SubOWOT wrote:It is ALL about training your ear to your monitors. I have the Tapco S-5 pair and I can make a mix to sound pro quality.
If that were so I think all of us who have been spending dearly on high quality loudspeakers and listening space design would have abandoned spending so much money years ago.SubOWOT wrote:It is ALL about training your ear to your monitors. I have the Tapco S-5 pair and I can make a mix to sound pro quality.
EnlightenedHand wrote:I would be willing to bet that once you actually take the time to use a real mixing facility then you'll look at your Tapco system and laugh your ass off. I know I would. But good luck having a professional career with those Tapcos.
SubOWOT wrote:I sent it.
SubOWOT wrote:Comparing it to "professional" songs on iTunes it is professional sounding. It just isn't mastered.
SubOWOT wrote:Well it sounds just as good as mixes I've heard on your page.
SubOWOT wrote:The only difference is you are mixing actual instruments and I am mixing plug-ins. I find actual instruments easier to mix. But you are also using preamps and such that are better than plug-ins. I said that I can make a great pro sounding mix on my monitors, I didn't say I had the preamps and technology to make it even better.
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