‘In The Box’ Mastering Tutorial With Pro Tools 9 And Waves Plug-ins

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‘In The Box’ Mastering Tutorial With Pro Tools 9 And Waves Plug-ins
This tutorial demonstrates several techniques for mastering different types of music in the home studio. We are using Pro Tools 9 and several Waves plug-ins, including Linear Phase EQ, Linear Phase Multi-Band Compressor, L316 Limiter, PuigTec EQ model, and more! Rap track provided by
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25 thoughts on “‘In The Box’ Mastering Tutorial With Pro Tools 9 And Waves Plug-ins”

  1. Make sure you’re bouncing the same channels you are monitoring. For
    instance, if you have all your tracks routed to Output 1-2, make sure your
    Bounce dialogue box shows that as the bounce source too.

  2. I don’t think it comes with a doubler. You’d need to buy one. The one I use
    is from Waves.

  3. Mastering should be the very last step once all the pieces are in place
    (including vocals), although if you are commercially producing beats, some
    light mastering to make sure the EQ and dynamics sound appealing might be
    helpful.

  4. That was a video about Pro Tools now supporting Core Audio so you could
    play back through your laptop into your car stereo without an external
    interface needed. It’s still online.

  5. You’d have to compress and limit it, but unfortunately, if it’s already
    been heavily compressed and limited, it will start to sound like crap.

  6. I currently use a Retina MacBook Pro. Core i7, 16 GB RAM, 750 GB SSD. I’ve
    never run out of processing power, and the new Thunderbolt interfaces and
    drives rock! Highly recommended.

  7. when you first record your songs do u need to put already the plugins or
    just recording first then plugins the second like the vocal do i need to
    put reverb in a recording session or later after when in a mastering
    session thank you sir God bless 

  8. I’m working with waves plugins, too. great sound! and thanks for this
    tutorial, it really helped me out! one question: what’s that plugin called
    which you have on your TV screen at the right side (frequency responses
    etc)?

  9. I congratulated myself that I find this video. It helps me alot. thankyou
    for sharing. can you tell me how many track you use and what they are for,
    list of plugins used for each track? 

  10. Good feedback. I do that sometimes too. Depends on if the whole mix is dull
    or if just one instrument is dull or if one instrument needs more volume,
    etc.

  11. hey my question is…. are those rap vocals pre-mixed? or was that your
    mixing of them raw?

  12. on the rap track, what track do you insert the keyed compressor on? the
    vocals, the instrumentals or the master?

  13. this is one of those videos that will change your life haha…seriously i
    just messed with the Paz Analyzer , Puigtee Eq, and the L316 and it brought
    my track to life.

  14. Don’t know what the down thumbs are for. This was a very informative video.
    Thanks for taking the time.

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