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In The Studio: Training Yourself To LIsten Objectively (Video)
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Anyone that has spent all day mixing a song only to come back to it the next day with it sounding much worse needs to check this out.

Here’s a short video of Stephen Webber talking about how to listen to your audio work for the first time.

Towards the end there is a great note about cognitive dissonance, your brain actually fixes timing of things you hear repeatedly.




Jon Tidey is a Producer/Engineer who runs his own studio, EPIC Sounds, and enjoys writing about audio on his blog To comment or ask questions about this article go here.

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