I would assert that processing integral to the creative side of "producing" your record be printed wet on mix stems to be printed on

In the circumstance where it's not part of the creative aspect of the production but more an aspect of a faux or rough mix, I'll request dry stems or dry and wet ones of particular stems which are affected for more creative reasons.

That was an explanation of how I work, but everyone is different, this all comes down to communication and dialogue.

Mix Stems: Wet💧 or Dry☀️?, When & Why!


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