Mastering Tutorial – How To Master With Stock Plugins – Presonus Studio One

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Mastering Tutorial – How To Master With Stock Plugins – Presonus Studio One
This is the counter part of my last mastering video where I used all 3rd party plugins to master a song. This time we are using only the stock plugins in Studios One. Don’t forget to subscribe and like us! Thanks

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19 thoughts on “Mastering Tutorial – How To Master With Stock Plugins – Presonus Studio One”

  1. Did you used Impact for the drums? because my Artist version has impact and
    it sounds realy really bad =(

  2. Man every sound engineer has a techniq!You abuse a little on compresing or
    all the song that you called premaster is allready half way mastered!In my
    opinion maybe you should live place also for artistic side not only for BIG
    things that hapends around the mix lengh!I am not a critic just wanna know
    another mixing and mastering sound engineer opinion!Maybe you should
    reconsider this unless you want to all your tracks sounds like a preset
    already!Cheers!

  3. Hey man, great info for a beginner like me, thanks so much. Question: On
    the limiter, I had been pushing up the Input rather than using Ceiling /
    Thresh. Is there a reason using the Thresh method is better? Also do you
    have any tips if most of my stuff is more cinematic instrumental… piano /
    strings / taiko or timpani or bass drum on occasion.

    Thanks

  4. Version 3 stock plugins are GOOD wow! I use a lot of UAD and Slate plugins
    but also the stock plugins because they are just really good.

  5. Great vid again.
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  6. Will plugins in Studio One v2 work in Cubase, like for example, like the
    Redlight district distortion ?

  7. Great great vid man! thank you so much.I have been converting 4 track tapes
    thru an interface on studio one and i stored presets for comp and the
    limiter (eq was as good as it gonna get and you can’t unbake a cake) and
    then it was down to threshold manpulation. It came out so pro.even and
    clean.so thankful for the time you saved me keep it up!

  8. Before the track begins there is some 2 seconds of silence. Is that
    necessary and why? I started using Studio One 3.2 for about 4 months now
    and I have worked in almost every other DAW but this is the one I’m going
    to keep working in. Also, Console Shaper is a very nice asset for gluing
    the mix.

  9. Great video. I have a question: if you didn’t do mix buss compression, how
    much gain reduction would you use for mastering?

  10. Hi — thanks a lot for this video. I have Studio One Artist right now, so
    no project window — for now. Can I apply the same steps to my mix bus in
    the song window to get a similar effect — until I upgrade, that is? Thanks
    again — very helpful!

  11. Great video man! I have one question though, my volume doesn’t increase as
    I pull down the threshold? Only the gain effects the volume or is it a bad
    idea using the gain?

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