Please have a wonderful Holiday and a GREAT and PROSPEROUS New Year! I hope 2022 will finally see the end of the COVID-19 pandemic and we can all get back to making music. Be safe!
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We have produced two promos about our transfer services and posted them on Youtube. You might find them interesting.
Here they are:
i've been using Audacity and other free programs to try and get speech from an audio recording i've legally taken ( my state is a one party record state) from my bedroom. i can make out some of the words but most of it i can`t understand. if anyone here knows where i can get a program to to where i can just hear the words being said i`d appreciate it or if someone here would like to try and get what the people are saying hmu and we`ll see what we can do.
A few weeks ago I posted a series of 3 videos of me mixing a song on my youtube channel.
I've been suggested to make the mix accessible so anyone can do a mastering of it as an exercise and to compare our shops.
Here are the files, either in 48khz or 96khz, just choose your favorite format :
You can post links of your version here and I'll do a video to compare each versions while quoting the comments this will receive.
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In this video I simulate what a mastering engineer would do to a mix.
Of course, a true ME will use far more advanced tools than Ozone to do so, but I thought it would be nice to discuss what they look for and how a mix can be transformed.
Disclaimer, I'm not a mastering engineer, I don't have the space and tools and I wouldn't pretend being one..
This is only a sample to help us realize what happens to our mix when a ME work on it.
Mixing phase :
I'm looking to upgrade my monitors and looking for my first pair of mastering grade monitors. I've heard a few of the PMC & ATC's in other studios but my budget won't stretch to the larger models.
I've seen the PMC Result 6's - their entry level monitors, would they be suitable? Or should I save up for something else?
Thanks in advance for any advice
It works GREAT and is reasonably priced. I just thought others would like to know about it. FWIW