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The Muffs' first album in a decade, Whoop Dee Doo , was released by Burger Records in July 2014. [2] [8] Shattuck wrote all 12 songs, and handled production and engineering of almost the entire album. [8]

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He estimated that it took him 10–12 days to mix an album, though some took less or more. [12] Upon reviewing rough mixes, Finn would attempt to craft the mix around the "sound in [his] head" he created. [13] In mixing songs, Finn preferred to first "get the drums happening to where they have some ambience," followed by the vocal tracks. In terms of mixing bass and drums—"perhaps the most difficult task of a mixing engineer," according to Bobby Owsinski—Finn preferred to have the "kick [drum] and the bass ... occupying their own territory and not fighting each other." [14] He felt the "sound of modern records today is compression . Every time I try to be a purist and go, 'You know, I'm not gonna compress that,' the band comes in and goes, 'Why isn't that compressed?'" [15] When setting the compressor, Finn would set the attack slow and the release fast so that "all the transients are getting through and initial punch is still there, but it releases instantly when the signal drops below threshold." Finn called this "the sound of my mixes. It keeps things kinda popping the whole time." [16]

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