Almost all mixes, commercial or otherwise, are normalised to 0db, which means they will hit the 'red zone' at some point. Some hit it more often than others, but there is absolutely nothing wrong with peaking at 0db.kenrob2037 wrote:The red zone is the very top of the db meter, and as almost all commercial songs at the top, that means they couldn't be any louder, but most still sounded fine.
No, it's impossible to come to such a conclusion merely by observing a red colour on a meter.And, doesn't that mean that most have the same dynamic?
Highly unlikely. I mean, do you really believe that all commercial recordings have no mids or lows?There seems to be almost no lows, or mids, only highs.
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