Mastering the Recorded Tracks

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Mastering the Recorded Tracks

Post  kistril on Thu Dec 16, 2010 9:56 pm

When the music is mastered well, the result shows. Mastering is a complicated task that involves experience, knowledge and the right kind of instrument. It is not possible for a amateur to attempt this specialized piece of art. Mastering technically is the preparation and transfer of the recorded audio from source having the final mix to a master, which is a data storage device. The mastered source can then be used for making copies through duplication, replication or pressing. The process of mastering is conducted in a mastering studio, by an experienced mastering engineer. The tools of the mastering engineer performing this complex operation is a well equipped mastering studio and a pair of fresh ears. When the mastering engineer listens to the recorded tracks with his ears, he certain nuances which need fixing. These may have been overlooked by the recording engineer due to the constant hearing of songs, done by the recording engineer. [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]is highly beneficial if the tracks are to be sent for commercial release. It is the packaging or the finesse given to the tracks. The professional touch added, clarity of sound rendered and the compression given to make it loud can be hugely responsible in deciding the acceptability of the track by the music frenzy population. Now with the services even available on the internet, there is no reason not to go for mastering the tracks. The online service is way more convenient and affordable. However, it is no way less in quality to the mastering service, offline or attended mastering.

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Re: Mastering the Recorded Tracks

Post  Dondav on Sat Jan 01, 2011 3:57 pm

Wow!, thanx 4 dat. Well done.
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