9 Lives Of Ableton: Part 9 – Mastering And Uploading

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9 Lives Of Ableton: Part 9 – Mastering And Uploading
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19 thoughts on “9 Lives Of Ableton: Part 9 – Mastering And Uploading”

  1. Why not just sidechain it to the kick that is used in the mix? Having a
    ghost kick seems a bit redundant to me

  2. I use ozone 5 with Ableton to master my tracks but when i go to render it,
    its so much quieter once its rendered than when i play it in Ableton before
    rendering and im using the same bit depth etc all the way through. Can
    someone help?

  3. does it matter whether the side chain is post fx or post mixer? just a
    little confused about the difference.

  4. Are all these features available in Ableton Lite? 79 Euro edition? I use
    Reason 5 and mastering is a ball ache

  5. I need help! Anyone reply.
    When “mastering” and “mixing” I turn the volume up on my bass so I get nice
    loud bass. But I can’t get nice loud bass notes and kicks without the other
    sounds getting kinda like a muffled sound?

    I get what a compressor should do, but I’m not sure I fully understand how
    to use a compressor. I’ve been looking around forever but haven’t found the
    right kind of answer.

    To get a better idea of what I mean is If you listen to the song ol’english
    by the game. The base is nice and big, but the other sounds are also very
    apparent. I want that kind of sound?

  6. For some reason I can’t really hear compression when I use it. I notice a
    difference in volume but…I guess I just have to keep listening.

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