empty mastering help!!!!

Discussion in 'Mastering' started by BluepryntEnt, Dec 2, 2008.

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Best software with mastering plunins?

  1. Acid pro

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  2. Samplitude

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  3. Wave lab

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  1. BluepryntEnt

    BluepryntEnt Guest

    ive been mastering for about a year for my own songs, pretty good mastering i'd say, i did a song for a artist and he says it sounds empty not full as in "its in the center of the stereo" how do i get a full sound in all speakers?? i cant pan a already processed track, maybe its a trick i dont know, help!!!
     
  2. natural

    natural Active Member

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    Did it sound "full" before you got your hands on it?
    If not, then it's more likely that it's the clients fault.
    If yes, then it's yours.
    Your an engineer, not an alchemist.
     
  3. Link555

    Link555 Well-Known Member

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    There are lots of tricks to widen stereo images, waves makes one. As well you can alsways try MS the old fashion way.
     
  4. Space

    Space Distinguished Member

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    First guess?

    Upgrade your soundcard/interface.
     
  5. RemyRAD

    RemyRAD Member

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    The secret recipe for mastering is a combination of both Digital & analog processing devices. You go out of the digital realm and back into the digital realm. Taking a few side trips along the way. So it ain't all done with blah blah software. It takes a highly experienced & skilled individual to know which pieces of digital & analog to mix & match and where to output signal chain to do so. So maybe you should hire a really good top-notch mastering engineer? Pay them extra to be present during the mastering session & learn what you need to learn. A lot cheaper than school. And a lot more practical.

    The great mastering engineers still use a boatload of analog equipment. What's that tell you?
    Ms. Remy Ann David
     
  6. Link555

    Link555 Well-Known Member

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    That that's the way they learned.... give it a few years it should be intereseting. Maybe mastering will degrade further. ;)
     
  7. Greener

    Greener Guest

    lol :p
     
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