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When some people think of audio or music mixing, they picture massive studio consoles that are 12 feet long and feature enough knobs and faders to make one’s head spin. Those devices still exist in high-end professional music studios, but if you’re mixing in a home studio, it’s far more likely that you’re simply clicking and dragging on digital faders in software like Pro Tools, Logic, Steinberg Cubase, or Garageband. And at the end of the day, you’re really doing the same thing as a professional mix engineer.