When you have your own studio at home the feeling of control and flexibility can become overwhelming for a lot of musicians but you should always be aware of your ability and I will talk about some things to consider before you get bogged down and too overloaded to produce good music.
COMPOSING GREAT MUSIC AT HOME WITHOUT STRESS
Your studio will quickly become your creative outlet and perhaps also your job and wonderful things will happen while you are in this special place so it is important to keep the good vibes flowing and not make the creative process a chore.
If you are a musician who knows your instrument or how you want your band's recording to sound but find mixing and doing the final mastering of your recordings too difficult and disruptive to the creative process I recommend outsourcing the jobs you do not enjoy or don't have any desire to attempt yourself.
There are many companies who will take you recording and add the necessary final adjustments to prepare it for release. These are called mastering companies or mastering services and they are the best way for a musician or band to get their own recordings ready for public release after the recording has been completed and mixed.
If you are not very interested in mixing your own recordings then you may need to take your recordings to a professional recording studio to have them mixed and mastered by them. Having somebody mix your recordings can give an extra boost of professionally to your songs but I know many home studio owners prefer to do their own mixing so it is only an option for people who don't enjoy it or have any desire to mix the recordings.
Getting other people involved to help you in the areas that you don't want to deal with can get you a more professional sound and you will be a better artist if you can focus on what you do best.
Feel free to ask questions so the people you work with can help you prepare your recordings so they can work their magic more effectively. When you will be handing your mixed recording to a mastering person you may want to ask your mastering person for tips on mixing better so it is easier for them to get good results when mastering your mix. If you will send a raw recording to a larger studio to be mixed you can ask your audio engineer doing your mixing for tips to improve your recordings and enhance their ability to mix your music better. Over time you will be able to learn different tricks to get your music sounding the way you want. Don't let things distract you from your main objective which is making an awesome album. You do not need to be everything except what you do best and leave the rest to another professional because this will make your music sound more professional.