budget mastering

Discussion in 'Mastering' started by at4033, Jan 21, 2002.

  1. at4033

    at4033 Guest

    i have digi 001 PT LE what plug ins would
    work with LE to master? or at least as close as
    i can get with PT LE.
    i dont have apogee outboard gear.
    :D
     
  2. Alécio Costa - Brazil

    Alécio Costa - Brazil Well-Known Member

    PSP Xenon, PSP MasterQ, PSP Neon HR, Waves Paz, TC MD3, Waves Masters Bundle, L3 Multi, L3 Ultra, L2007Massey...
     
  3. Laurend

    Laurend Active Member

    All the FLUX plug-ins are great for mastering.
     
  4. BobRogers

    BobRogers Well-Known Member

    When working with budget gear (or even "weekend warrior" gear like mine) I think it's a mistake to focus on "mastering plugins." To "master" your own mixes you need good monitors, good room treatment, good eq, good compressors, good limiters. In other words, exactly the same stuff you need to make good mixes. The biggest reason that MEs use different tools that REs is that they can afford to pay a lot more because they usually work with only a stereo track. If you are dealing with budget gear it's basically all the same stuff. This includes all of the black box "exciters" and "enhancers" that get billed as mastering plugs. I'm not a fan, but if you like them why would you only use them on the master bus?
     
  5. Adler

    Adler Guest

    I second FLUX. Their Solera is the most versatile dynamics processor I have. I have heard great things about their Epure equalizer, but I have not as of yet had the opportunity to audition it.

    Chris Adler
    Mindtree Studios
     
  6. niclaus

    niclaus Active Member

    The Epure EQ is great! Sound smooth and has that cool flux look.
    I really enjoy it. As i enjoy all flux plug-ins... Those guys are good.
     

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