ARC System Overview – Correct Your Room For Better Mixing And Mastering

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ARC System Overview – Correct Your Room For Better Mixing And Mastering
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ARC System video presentation at NAMM 2008 – learn how you can correct your room for better mixing and mastering
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6 thoughts on “ARC System Overview – Correct Your Room For Better Mixing And Mastering”

  1. It’s a nice concept but it doesn’t eliminate the need to treat the room
    acoustically to control reflections and standing waves, etc. It’s more like
    the extra step that you would use once you’ve done as much as you can
    acoustically. The guy is right, though, about the need to have a neutral
    room as much as possible. If you can take the room out of the mix, you
    can’t take the mix out of the room.

  2. Hair notwithstanding, I can say that the ARC plugin works. I work in an 8×8
    control room when mixing at my home studio. No acoustic treatment.
    Definitely not ideal conditions. ARC made my unmixed songs sound muddifer.
    THIS IS A GOOD THING. Mixing was a lot faster because in the car, in the
    home theatre…on headphones the mixes sounded good. It takes the room out
    to extent but most importantly it flattens the frequency response of
    overhyped speakers.

  3. …there is nothing more frustrating then spending hours getting a good
    mix, then listening to it somewhere else and it sounds like crap. Although
    expensive, monitoring audio is more important than any preamp, mic or
    whatever you have. I’m using Yamaha HS80m, for the record. Search “studio”
    on my channel to see a tour of the facilities ;-).

  4. Oh yeah, one last thing. It’s $500 but you get an omni-directional
    reference microphone with the package. Yes, you can use it to record
    music/whatever. Do what I did and get one of their plugins and get the
    $350.00 crossgrade option.

  5. @areuter727 even our current group buy (which is only $49.99 for FIVE
    Xpansion Tanks for SampleTank and you get the SampleTank 2 XT engine which
    is NOT limited in any way with it!) qualifies people for the crossgrade
    price.

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