Mastering Music: Professional Vs Amatuer

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Mastering Music: Professional Vs Amatuer
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Mastering Music: Professional vs Amatuer
In this video, We do a case study on professional and amatuer mastering, where we compare professionally mixed and mastered music to amatuer mix and masters. We compare our levels, frequencies, dynamic range, compression etc, with professional quality mixes. And we discuss how home studios can bare up to state of art studios and how plugins compare to hardware mastering equipment. What’s the difference and benefits of both. Does clipping help you or hurt you? When do you decide to push up, or pull your mix down. And more…
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18 thoughts on “Mastering Music: Professional Vs Amatuer”

  1. great video. good words. i work with one of the artists you played in the
    video, and i must say, times are changing. no longer are these artists
    resorting to mastering houses and million dollar equipment….you’d be
    suprised how many released material consists of a decent mix and a l2 on
    the master bus! lol

  2. plus, with all the blogging and net exlusives that artists are involved
    with these days….tracks that surface on the RADIO are jus ruff PT mixes.
    consumers cant even wait for the tracks no more, they wanna hear that shit
    as soon as its bounced! man! lol.

  3. Haha…is there such a thing?? I’m just saying – the landscape’s changed
    plenty since most rap’s been going for pop/club play. Take Dre, Jim Jonsin,
    Timbo, etc – those snares are as loud as possible, as wide as possible, and
    usually have a good amount of reverb on them.

  4. I am not a fan of genre but your mastering sounds like a million dollars,
    really professional.

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