7 Tricks to Create Headroom and How It Will Save Your Mixes
The most common problem we see at LANDR is a lack of headroom. Ask any mastering engineer and they’ll say the same thing: if a track comes in too hot, there’s no room left to master. There’s even an acronym for it: ‘GIGO’ stands for Garbage In, Garbage Out (producers equivalent of YOLO?).
It’s easy as 1-2-3.
So keep headroom in mind.