Try Optimod on mix to see how it sounds on the radio?

Discussion in 'Mastering' started by anonymous, Apr 1, 2002.

  1. anonymous

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  2. brad

    brad Guest

  3. anonymous

    anonymous Guests

    "But you'll need the new one - not an older analog model.
    Oh, and they're about $12k"


  4. brad

    brad Guest

  5. radioprof

    radioprof Member

    In my opinion, as a radio guy for 40 years now, every station uses different processing.
    And for every Optimod or other processor, there are a gazillion different settings other than the factory presets.
    Every program director has to go in and fiddle with it to make it sound right (to him or her) on his or her favourite radio.
    Just make it sound good to your ears.
    Chances are, the processing is going to f**k it up somehow.
  6. Kev

    Kev Well-Known Member

    They can also be patched in to the automation system so it is changing patches as each show, add, promo goes by. very dangerous in the hands of some.

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