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April 07, 2011, 11:28:17 AM - ORIGINAL POST -

Once the recording and mixing of the song is over, it is time to master the track. This is a very essential part of the music making, which is often overlooked by musicians. However, the mastering process should not be ignored because of the advantages it has to offer. A mastered track sounds professional and sweet to hear. Mastering offers it the finish that it needs to compete in the competitive music industry. When the audio track is played on the radio, the effect of mastering becomes apparent. It renders the sound quality, balance and dynamics. The mastering engineer is skilled to find out the deficiencies in the musical track and tweaks it wherever it commands tweaking. The musical track is made clearer and louder by reducing the noise in the background. Mastering is performed by the usage of many types of equipment like the compressor, equalizer, synthesizer etc., which helps the mastering engineer know the best way it should sound.
Recording mastering is the last process in the making of the music. It needs a great deal of technical knowledge to make the musical track mastered. Mastered tracks are better than the non-mastered one and come out sounding professional. The mastering engineer listens to the whole track with fresh ears to make up for any deficiencies that might be present in the track. Now it is possible to avail the services of a mastering engineer even if you are sitting at the farthest corner of the world. This is possible with the help of internet. The internet has enabled the customers to get connected with mastering engineers.

« Last Edit: April 07, 2011, 12:50:56 PM by BLueSS »
Read April 07, 2011, 11:33:00 AM #1

Read April 07, 2011, 12:51:21 PM #2

haha, I have to compliment the spammer for at least making his topic in the right sub-forum!

P.S. Happy 1,000th post, Suko!
Read April 07, 2011, 01:00:05 PM #3

1000 huh? And it was wasted on this damn spammer. Oh well, at least it's an awesome post with a radical dog.

Should I put that dog in my avatar for commemoration?
Read April 07, 2011, 01:14:17 PM #4

haha, sure! Just don't forget to change back to your iconic raccoon at some point.
Read April 08, 2011, 12:28:51 AM #5

the new spam bots are awesome.  i was actually about to offer a little advice on mastering because i thought this was a thread involving questions lol
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