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05 Apr 2016
When it comes to layering tracks and beats, it often can be extremely hard to know when you stop. We can keep layering and dumping more onto the same tracks until we're satisfied, but can it sound okay to everybody? In this post we're basically planning to discuss the way to know when enough is sufficient.

For starters, the amount of layers and instruments needed might be deduced as a result of this: if you have gotten your way, it's probably fun to stop. Which is wise talk. A famous mixing engineer once said: folks who wants listen to it, it shouldn't be in a combination. And I think we have to really live by this saying. Something else I regularly tell clients is this: if it adds nothing unique for the song, can it really...