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Old 02-03-2003, 09:26 AM
kimaguresound kimaguresound is offline
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Default mixed "in the box" BTD question


i have an album project mixed and ready to be sent off for mastering. i was thinking about doing the BTD at the mastering house with their high end clock. the tracks include recorded instruments and vocals, sampled music clips, and drum hits from sample CDs. i was wondering if anyone has done this and can give me an idea of how much better the project would sound, or speculate. is it worth the extra $$$???

thanks guys
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