sup with using separate engineers for mixing and tracking?

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Post by Sean Shannon » Thu Dec 29, 2005 7:20 pm

True dat. Listen the mix he did on the "Cold" CD. Large and in charge.....
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Post by digital eagle audio » Mon Jan 02, 2006 10:24 am

joel hamilton wrote:
I dont understand the ego driven "ownership" of prjects that people will get into. Like if they tracked something good, would it belittle their involvement if the mix engineer does a good job with those tracks and everyone looks great in the end?
i think part of what weirds me out about it is simply how new i am - at this point i only have like two paid gigs under my belt, so i view every project as "my baby." when your resume is still in its infancy (like mine), and you aren't getting regular work yet, the idea of handing off your hard-won gig is pretty alien - it would feel like asking someone else to take my girlfriend out to dinner. i guess as my list of accomplishments grows, it will be a bit less bizarre.

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