Basic Mastering Within Sonar X1 Producer Edition (Pt 4 Of 4) Pt 1

Basic Mastering Within Sonar X1 Producer Edition (Pt 4 Of 4) Pt 1
A basic look at what mastering is about, we also discuss compression and how it is used within mastering
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25 thoughts on “Basic Mastering Within Sonar X1 Producer Edition (Pt 4 Of 4) Pt 1”

  1. I must say this guy is right. It seems that the uploader do not understand
    what a compressor does. You should redo it because the beginners will get
    very confused. How can you explain something you don’t understand well ? It
    is a bit of a mess, sorry for the uploader, have a nice day anyways.

  2. That guy was expecting a 15 minute free video to revolutionize the mixing
    video tutorial industry. I love your videos, when you’re beginning it’s
    great to get as much information from as many different sources as
    possible. To the commenter, it’s hard to take your criticisms seriously
    when you’re a holier than thou cunt about it. You’ll have a greater impact,
    and not get written off as a cunt, if you approach these criticisms from a
    healthy, helpful place.

  3. Pippin, there is something I am just not getting. I see in you’re video
    that you have a master bus with an effects bin. In my console view I have a
    master bus, but it has no effects bin. When I go to add a bus there is no
    automatic master bus, it is empty. I can find no global setting for
    automaticly adding a master bus with an effects bin. So is there no way of
    adding effects to a master bus in x1 or x2?

  4. Hi there, yes you should be able to add effects in all Bus tracks that you
    add, remember a master bus is only a normal bus that you decide to rout all
    your other bus tracks to and have its output as your chosen sound card, but
    when you start a project using a pre-made layout a master bus is usually
    set up for you. Cheers

  5. Pippin, you’re such a tolerant and diplomatic guy. Good for you. It’s funny
    how you apologize for talking too much for people that get bored easily,
    that this is for beginners, etc. He, he! Screw them, if you say it’s for
    beginners then those who would get bored – don’t watch! 🙂 It is true you
    were referring to a compressor boosting or limiting “frequencies” while it
    should be signal “levels” or “volume”. I know what you meant. Too bad for
    the mixup, as the explanation was pretty good,

  6. Matter of semantics. While technically incorrect by “proper” terminology
    used, once you get past Pippen’s vocabulary “error”… the lesson here is
    extremely helpful. I’m quite sure what he is trying to say is that
    compression increases the levels of lower “amplitude” frequencies and while
    limiting the levels of higher “amplitude” frequencies which results in less
    of a variable in “amplitudes” across the “frequency” spectrum. Hence, the
    “squashing”. Amplitude=decibels (dB) Frequency= Hertz (Hz) 

  7. Mastering for “radio airplay” will require “trimming” the outer ‘bands’ of
    the overall frequency spectrum (extreme low-freq. & high freq.) in order to
    achieve a narrower overall spectrum in order to meet radio airplay
    specifications. Mastering for nightclub play allows for a wider ‘overall
    frequency spectrum’ since it is limited only by the overall
    ‘frequency-width’ a particular club’s sound system can handle… the
    speakers (transducers) of which are normally protected by in-house

  8. Thank you very much for the hints! Very very very useful! What I loved the
    most in this material was the application of the effect “Channels Tools”. I
    was having serious problems whereas the pads were “fighting for space” with
    the guitars and producing undesired noise. Thanks to your hint, now
    keyboards and guitars are side-to-side. Thanks a lot!

  9. This has to be the saddest plea to steal something i have seen to date…
    love is freedom? LOL

  10. hi there,hope you can help,I’m using sonar x1 producer. I’ve imported a
    midi file,and I imported an individual wave track, to record my guitar
    track on to.what I’m getting is the midi file and the guitar recording
    together,in to my wave track how do I separate them so I can here only the
    guitar,so as to mix them separately,I have the same problem even when the
    mixer is not plugged in to the computer.thank you so much hope you can

  11. hello I love.. how you explain your tutorials bro!! you are quite precise
    but I need some insight on how to mix and master using sonar x1. I master
    my track in fruity loops 11, then I drag the mp3 file to sonar and
    just need help on how to master my finish vocals with my track in sonar x1.
    Iv been searching for clear understanding of this but still haven’t got the
    rite recipe yet.. I would like to know what to use for mastering and what
    points to star at and how to get that great industry sound going with my
    composed material, to ultimately become a more sufficient up and coming
    producer… I herd of the analyst, the boost11, the multiband lp64 comp and
    the eq lp64 are suppose to do the job!! I just need the steps to become
    more successful in my mastering. If there’s a more easier way, then Im all
    ears and attention!! hope you get this soon and thanks for being a great
    inspiration as well bro!!!

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