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The following text was posited on the SynAudCon list serve in 2012. It represents a non-technical perspective on the art of mixing live sound.
Like many of the sage voices that contribute to the SynAudCon list serve, I too have several decades of experience working in and around pro sound. 1,155 more words
Essentially, headroom is the space between the highest level a track reaches, and the level where clipping occurs.
If you’re a pro and submitting your mix for mastering at an external resource, you should give headroom (between -3 dB and -6 dB) on your master output. 135 more words