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Part VI: Mixing and Mastering > Using the Cubase Mixer

33. Using the Cubase Mixer

The Mixer in Cubase offers an interface that resembles a typical mixing console. This Mixer contains a replica of the channel settings previously described in other chapters of this book. So, why this fancy mixing window? Because it’s convenient to have all mixing channel controls for each track next to each other once you’ve finished the recording and editing process. You can now focus on making each track sound better, both in itself and as a part of the project. A virtual mixer makes it easier not only to see the settings applied to all your tracks, but also to automate the mix for an entire project, as you will see later. A mixing environment is all about flexibility, accessibility, and your personal aesthetics when it comes to how music or sound appeals to your ears. The last part is yours to develop; fortunately, Cubase offers both flexibility and accessibility.

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