Discussion in 'Mastering' started by Phil Blackbourn, Mar 22, 2005.

  1. Har-Bal anyone?
  2. David French

    David French Distinguished Member

    Jun 19, 2002
    Works like a charm.
  3. Michael Fossenkemper

    Michael Fossenkemper Distinguished past mastering moderator Distinguished Member

    Sep 12, 2002
    NYC New York
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    mmmmm, no comment.
  4. Massive Mastering

    Massive Mastering Distinguished Member

    Jul 18, 2004
    Chicago area, IL, USA
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    I'm on the fence with it, but leaning to the "no comment" side...

    I had it for a bit (before I asked for a refund). I figured I should at least give it a run before slamming it to the ground. :shock:

    Anyway, thoughts - With a crappy sounding mix, it was very quick at making it sound "listenable."

    With a nice sounding mix, I didn't like it as soon as I adjusted something.

    So, it's not completely useless, but I wouldn't put it into the "serious" category...
  5. TrilliumSound

    TrilliumSound Active Member

    Jul 29, 2004
    Montreal, Qc, CANADA
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    I tried the demo version few months ago and for me it is interesting if you want to have a visual look of the sound just like any spectrum analyser, the rest... IMO it is a gadget. :!:
  6. iznogood

    iznogood Guest

    use your ears and your skills!

    if that doesn't work..... let someone else (who has the skills and some analog gear) do the job!

    by the way they're doing a picasso plug-in for photoshop.... every doodle you do is analyzed and turned into a masterpiece!

    what a load of BS

    rather quit mastering than use such a piece of s**tware

  7. Reggie

    Reggie Distinguished Member

    Dec 20, 2004

    That's disgusting! :lol:

    Edit: Aha, here's the thing I was looking for; this program eats Hairbal for lunch! :-?

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