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    Whats the best software to Mix ?

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    Really isn't a best. If you're asking this question, that's a sign that you should be looking at the technicalities of mixing... Then you'll see there isn't really a best, there's really flavors of stuff.

    Look up compression and eq basics...

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    The best one is what you can use There is no such a thing as "best".

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    Every DAW is basically just a canvas. At the end of the day, it all comes back to fader, pan, and the quality of the audio. DAW choice comes down to workflow and preference really. DAW A won't give you a better mix over DAW B or C. Trust your ears!
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    I would use the DAW that you used to produce your track. That will probably be the DAW you know best and will be efficient for your workflow. There's not really a best DAW for mixing.
    Good luck on the mixing!

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    You can use DAW effects. Also, Universal Audio and Waves stuff is incredible....

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    Agree with everthing above

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    It really comes down to skill and a good ear, not expensive or highly-rated software. I would take an experienced engineer who uses the basic software to mix my track over an amateur using expensive equipment. Select a software that feels comfortable with you and learn all about it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mellow Monarchs View Post
    Really isn't a best. If you're asking this question, that's a sign that you should be looking at the technicalities of mixing... Then you'll see there isn't really a best, there's really flavors of stuff.

    Look up compression and eq basics...

    Peace.
    Nice bro

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    i think every sofware has best side

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