12. No rush!
Do not try to make a music masterpiece in a rush – mixing is in particular a process, an action which requires concentration and a definite time to weigh up details. EDM online mixing mastering engineers often work in several goes – first, they make a raw draft with basic audio settings, then after a break they finish small stuff and finally perhaps after one or two days off check to fix up the audio nuances omitted during the primary music mixing. So take at least a couple of hours for a job to avoid working it over afterwards.
13. Reduce loudness
You should work in a studio while music loudness is small – there has been much talk about it. And this is a question of not only health as moderate loudness reduces tiredness and the risk of hearing disorder, but also quality of your mixing and mastering demos. Firstly, a correctly spaced in music element will be well heard when loudness is small. Secondly, when monitor loudness is small, the loudness of reflections from the surfaces in the studio reduces hence distortion level does as well. As a consequence, if the track sounds well while the loudness is small then everything will be all right when it is higher.
14. Polish right from the very start
If the track sounds dull and muddy, don’t reckon on magic hearing of an EDM online mixing engineer who will correct everything afterwards. Achieve an ideal sound of audio from the first steps. Balance, panning and low end filtering – you won’t correct an error in any of these points when the song has been exported to a single stereo file. So achieve beautiful and complete sound right here and right now – in the studio as long as the entire means range is available to achieve the very branded music sound.