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  1. #1

    Join Date: Nov 2008
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    Good read on mastering
    I have been working with izotope ozone 4 and its excellent. I found this guide of tips and things to consider with mastering, reguardless if you have ozone 4 or not. Its a decent read
    Confront and Cry

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    thx, just what the doctor ordered.

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    Read a bit, thanks will be a great read when I get home from work tonight.

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    Looks very useful. Thanks!

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    Neat. I just got my recording interface working, so I'll have to check this out later.

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    Mastering is one of those subjects I won't touch with a ten foot pole. I know a fair amount about tracking and mixing, and (eventually ) plan to self-produce my album, but aside from a bit of compression and hard-limiting to get rough mixes up to "CD volume" to share them here I know that I just don't know enough about mastering to even try to do it myself - I'll definitely be bringing it to a pro.
    "They can kill you, but the legalities of eating you are a bit dicier." - David Foster Wallace

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    I won't master my stuff. It's very valuable to have a second set of ears on the project.

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    I won't master my own stuff, either, but it's still a useful thing to mess with. Your crap mastering can always be better.

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