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Will Duke

This really is incredible. For those of us in the mastering world, we are excited to see what comes from this type of collaboration. There is new potential for creativity and even for fan involvement by creating music "in the cloud."

It is also worth noting that as newer tools have made capturing audio easier, and the mixing stage more open and accessible to the musicians themselves, the recording projects that have the best total production are still more widely accepted by listeners/consumers.

I recommend help from professionals even if an artist wants to do it all the work themselves, especially if he or she wants to profit from mass distribution.

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