How To | Audio Mastering With Waves Plugins

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26 thoughts on “How To | Audio Mastering With Waves Plugins”

  1. Before you ‘Master’ a track (which is what he is doing essentially) have
    atleast… 3 Db headroom, during a mixdown. Mastering should only really
    (if your mixdown is any good) consist of using a compressor to get back the
    reduced volume from the mixdown and cutting off the 30Hz and 18KHz areas…
    maybe a few other effects, but keep it simple. =) (This works for Dance
    music, but should be the same for Hip Hop ect…)

  2. Actually the reverb on the master track is something common, expecially in
    rock music, it can add some glue to the instruments giving a “live” touch
    to them. Just try. As for the double compression I don’t know. As regards
    the stereo image, in this case maybe he should have used a multiband stereo
    image to spread some frequencies, and that waves plugin to chech anti-phase
    hits. But I think that it’s all about taste and personal workflow…

  3. Using a multiband compressor in that way can make your mix to sound awful,
    the reason of using a multiband compressor it’s to get a tighter sound. I
    didn’t saw a compressor on the chain and well, it’s kinda wrong bro, first
    you should do substractive EQ, then a compressor to “glue” the mix, then
    you can enhance what you want, then a multiband compressor to get a tighter
    sound and at the end of the chain, the limiter. If you use a lot the
    Imager, you can get in phase problems, cheers.

  4. “then a compressor to “glue” the mix, then you can enhance what you want,
    then a multiband compressor to get a tighter sound” do you compress twice ?
    or i misunderstud your post ? i´m learning with every answer

  5. WOW, thanks for this useless tutorial! haha, you clearly have no idea what
    u are doing… mixing without exporitng to wav = fail.

  6. A point on the multi band compressors….if you look at the bottom if each
    band you’ll get the current db volume of each band,,,and use this as your
    starting threshold for each band. So -12db volume becomes -12bd on your
    threshold. It gives a good starting point and helps prevent you from
    comprising bands such as the mid bands too much.

  7. What I’m trynna say is I cannot tweak my knobs and play my beat at the same
    time. Fl won’t play my beat when I try to adjust anything in waves. I have
    to adjust it in waves without the beat playing and then play the beat to
    hear the changes…please help thank u

  8. Hey Busy Works every time I open a waves plugin and try to close it in my
    mixer to open up another one , the plugin crashes. Is there a way to fix
    this? 

  9. hey bro can you make a video waves plugins rap vocals fl studio 11 no but
    never mad a video but that

  10. Hey cool video, but you make a huge mistake with putting the waves s1
    imager on your master chain!
    When you widen your whole track you will lose your tight bass, you have to
    use a imager with different bands like the izotope imager or fl studio’s
    own maximus.
    The Low bass frequencies should be in Mono because club monitors are
    playing back in mono!
    So this is not the way u should do it.

  11. I’m not sure whether to put Stereo or Mono for the plugins you used, so I
    just used Stereo. Would that still be okay?

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