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Why Workflow Doesn’t Always Work For Mixing

MikeSorensen April 13, 2012 No Comments
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Check out this article by Joe Gilder of homestudiocorner.com for today’s daily audiophile roundup. It is more of an argument against the use of the word workflow. Joe discusses how, when producing a song, he chooses quality over how fast the song takes to produce and how it doesn’t matter the amount of time he puts in to produce a quality audio, he’ll work as long as it takes.

I’m with you there Joe. Nothing trumps quality:
A Case Against “Workflow”

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