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Take a Break from Music

Take a BreakAfter hours of listening to the same track over and over, your ears will probably get exhausted. You will begin to lose your ability to mix the track properly. Take a break from your mix if you can. Sleep on it, and come back to it a day or two later. I guarantee you will hear things or notice things you wouldn’t have before. There’s nothing that can help you mix a track quite like distancing yourself from it for a while.

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