I'm not sure how I should put it in a short little sentence, so sorry if the title is a little weird... So... What I've been doing lately for my productions is smack an ozone on the master en then put in in traktor (a dj/mixing program for the ones who don't know). And there you can see the wave form (I'll call it this, for the lack of a better word). And now my question: Is it smart if I use this as a method to 'look' at my mixdown? Since I use traktor for djing, I know how a general dnb track looks like, how the snare and kick stands out, how a big a bass looks in comparison with the rest of the track. So when I drop a track of mine in there I look at my track and see if it resembles a professional track. If the snare also stands out, if the sub doesn't drown out everything... Now is that a smart thing to do? Or should I better trust my ears more? Little note: I do ofcourse listen to my mixdown first. This method is a little extra thing I do to check.