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Unread 01-04-2007, 03:44 AM   #1
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The best programs to make mastering ?!

Anyone knows which programs (names) are good enough for mastering on computer ?!
Or better to make it by some digital mastering processor ?!

I will be grateful for help !

Greetings to all !
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Unread 01-07-2007, 11:19 AM   #2
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hi!
I think the steinberg nuendo and cubase are good programs.
I heard a few tracks were made by these apps.
I hope I can help you!
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wavelab is very nice but I also think that T-racks 24 will get you pretty far, pretty much depending on the mix, if the mix is good, the t-racks can finnish the job, if the mix is halfgood wavelab can fix it, if the mix isn't good, there isn't a program in the world that can fix it.
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Thanx Guyz for answer ! I really appreciate it ... I tried little bit Ozone 3 demo ... Program is o.k. ... I found on forum few words about Ozone ...
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Yeah I recently got Ozone 3, works really well I found. My mate who runs a professional studio used it to master my bands album, which sounds great.
But at the end of the day if you dont have a good mix then you wont be able to do much with mastering anyway.
Mixing is far more important than mastering, which is more kind of finishing touches really.
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