jammster said:I really like the sound of square waves!
Seriously, mastering is one of those things that I am interested in learning more about.
Not something thats easy.
Just like painting a masterpiece it takes knowledge of what tools you need to do what your trying to achieve.
I just checked out the free demo of Ozone 3.
Fully functional for 10 days. I was very impressed with the results and will probably end up buying it when I can scrape the money together to get it.
Good ears. Since every track is different, a good mastering engineer needs to know what to listen for. You should think of a mastering engineer as a musical artist. No software in the world is able to make those critical decisions for you.
Tom has almost 2000 posts (as of today) a few of them might have touched on this topic </end heavy sarcasm>MBBCFP said:
Space said:or on site
hueseph said:MBBCFP said:
You need to click on that www link under Thomas Bethel's signature. Notice that his monitoring system is likely worth more than your entire setup. Yeah. I'm not kidding. And lo and behold! Not a single Be****ger product in site!