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RE: Two subs makes it kind of tricky.

this is just me Abe, but I listen on an equilateral like things were mixed and monitored on a recording desk. It minimizes room interactions.

For mastering, each place most likely has a thoroughly vetted listening position and it probably varies depending on the room.

I did some recording of bands and instruments on a small scale so I'm used to the equilateral midfield listening position. People will vary all over the place depending on how they want things set up in a comfortable home environment. Look at Cut Throats room, he has plenty of room and can sit a few people comfortably to listen without shifting positions every 20 seconds like musical chairs.

You have to start somewhere so use the position you like and augment things until it sounds 'right'.

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