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Old 11.21.2010, 03:44 PM   #19
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Originally Posted by hevusa
The point is: keep mastering at home as simple as possible. Why confuse beginners with junk that is rarely used during mastering like parallel compression and M/S shit??? Mind boggling.


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there are some creative mastering techniques which can come handy in the mixing stage also, like different kinds of compression for example parallel compression, but thats a different cup of tea.


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I gave step by step instructions on how to take a project from the mix stage to final product without any unnecessary bullshit. Something you failed to do.


what you said is right yes, I know that because I said it before.
see my above quote for the reason why I strived away from the original topic.

if thats the reason for you, then its not a good sign of understanding the english language.
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