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Audio Track Restructuring

jameskaren

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Developing a track is a complex process that involves composing, editing and recording. Once the recording is done, the track is sent for mastering. Mastering the sound involves touching the tracks in the albums to make it sound, clearer and louder. The album goes through mastering the songs to make it sound better. The tracks are made consistent and worth listening to. Mastering renders the professional touch to the album and makes the tracks radio-ready.
What the mastering achieves? Mastering is the art of providing a finish to the tracks to make them sound good. The finished tracks can be played on the radio, without any issues. Some of the musicians believe that mastering is not required and may be foregone. But in actuality, it is a highly needed process that makes the whole album, ready for the market. If there is more than one track, it becomes even more essential to master it. Mastering tweaks the album by improving the sound, implementing hidden tracks, fixing the time interval between the songs and adjusting the beginning as well as the end.  The whole process is essential if you are releasing the album for commercial sale. There are audio mastering services that are available online now. The service is highly convenient. The audio files that are to be mastered are sent to be uploaded, which is then mastered by the master engineer. Once the process is over, the files are sent back to the customer. Besides convenience, the service is known for its high affordability as well.
 

AssyrianDrummer

New member
but what is the point of buying mastering software when it comes within the package like cubase and logic pro. If you are recording/ mastering on a Mac there is no need. Recording stuff should never be done on a windows PC. therefore as long as you are able to know what you want it to sound like, why bother paying for your work to be sent of and then a percentage taken out of it?

you spamming dumb-a$$
 

AssyrianDrummer

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mrzurnaci said:
mmmm u sure? Windows can do anything an Apple can do and better; plus, I record Assyrian songs all the time (by record, I mean pirate  :giggle: ) and the quality is awesome, especially with my realtek audio enhancer.
but there is a difference between professional studio recording for live bands and artists... and ripping off other people's stuff man  :)

A windows cant process the software and use all the functions of software created primarily for an Apple mac. Look anywhere and you will see top sound engineers and producers using Macs  :wavetowel:
 
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