Sorry for the German word in the title but I don't know an English expression besides "having become blind to shortcomings in processes".
So I work a lot with Caustic and obviously when I build a cue from scratch, I listen to it A LOT. So come the point when I decide that the track is "finished" I heard it so often that I am no longer sure if I just like it because I heard it so often or because it is really, you know, alright.
Same with pop-songs on the radio. You hear it the first time, it's kinda new but nothing else. Probably bordering on rubbish. Then, after mainstream radio has force fed you with the same annoying piece of garbage for a while, you seem to kind of like it. At least you remember it and some weird thing goes on in your brain which makes you think that it may be a good song.
Don't know if I made my point but I'd love to hear from fellow Caustacians if you can relate to what I've written and what we can do to avoid these cases of "Betriebsblindheit" while sculpting our artworks.
Thanks a lot. Best, Markus
BTW: CAUSTIC 3.1 RULEZ. Obviously.