How To FL Studio Mastering | Compression | Maximizer | Tips And Tricks | Waves | BBE

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How To FL Studio Mastering | Compression | Maximizer | Tips And Tricks | Waves | BBE
FL Studio Cookbook:

– Shaun gives a synopsis on how to get that LOUD sound using free limiters, compressors, and maximizers, as well as tips and tricks using FL Studio Parametric EQ 2 with the Fruity Compressor, and other demonstrations of WAVES and the BBE D82 Sonic Maximizer Plugins.
See below for GEAR and ELECTRONICS USED by Shaun THROUGHOUT the YEARS:

||||| SOFTWARE |||||
Waves Audio Gold Bundle:
FL Studio 12 Producer Edition:
Propellerhead Reason 8:
Steinberg WaveLab7 Audio Editing Suite:
MOTU BPM drum groove software:
BBE D82 Sonic Maximizer:
Lexicon MPX Reverb Plug-In:

||||| MICROPHONES |||||
Rode NT1-A Condenser Mic:
M-Audio NOVA large capsule cardiod condenser microphone:

MIXERS & INTERFACE
Mbox2 USB Interface:
X-Fi Xtreme Music Soundcard :
Behringer XENYX 802 Premium Mixer:

||||| COMPUTER and ACCESSORIES |||||
LG Flatron:
Dell Inspiron 17R Laptop:
Apple 13″ Macbook White:

||||| SPEAKERS, HEADPHONES, MONITOR |||||
M-Audio BX5-a deluxe Monitors:
Direct Sound EX-29 Professional Headphones:
Equation Audio RP-15 Headphones:
M-Audio Studiophile AV 40 Studio Monitors:

||||| SYNTH, WORKSTATION, MIDI CONTROLLERS& HAND DRUMMING PADS |||||
Roland Fantom X-8 hammer key workstation:
M-Audio Axiom 25 semi-weighted 25 key Midi controller:
Keystation Mini32 midi controller:
Roland Handsonic 10 hand drumming pad:

||||| TURNTABLE |||||
Stanton T.80 Turntable:
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18 thoughts on “How To FL Studio Mastering | Compression | Maximizer | Tips And Tricks | Waves | BBE”

  1. you mean that’s better to make your whole song without any effect and set
    the effect only at the end ?

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  3. Thanks Shaun, this video was actually very helpful and informative. Not at
    all like many that I have watched about Fl Studio Mixing/Mastering, where
    they give you the wrong impression about some of the great AU plugins like
    SoundGoodizer or they just don’t know what they’re
    talking about.

  4. A compression ratio of 3:1 is “pretty much a limiter”? No… A ratio of
    10:1 or 20:1 is basically limiting. A lot of producers would consider 3:1
    gentle compression. 

  5. You show tactics on how to make the sounds louder with the plugins, but
    don’t really describe what exactly the plugins are doing the with
    frequencies and the db’s.

    What’s the point of using the different tactics to the end up at the same
    place in master? What are the benefits of using the maximizer, over the EQ
    + Compression?

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