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Why It’s Best Not To Master For Earbuds

MikeSorensen April 20, 2012 No Comments

I thought I would share this article on productionadvice.co.uk for today’s daily audiophile roundup. The article discusses the concept of catering to the modern music listener who typically is wearing a set of non sound insulated ear buds. This idea of actually mixing a commercially produced piece of music on low quality ear buds to match the user experiences has a major error. The fallacy of this is that poor quality aspect of the audio may not be revealed to the editor, but will make it to some end user.

Really good piece. Read it in full here:
Mastering for earbuds ? BAD Idea


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