Started by KrazyKatz, June 28, 2006, 21:59:18
Quote from: "KrazyKatz"Bloody hell! Thats more than I bargained for... Thanks Mister X..
Quote from: "XAVT"Now you can ask if I`m stoned...
Quote from: "LPChip"Quote from: "XAVT"Now you can ask if I`m stoned... Are you rocked?
Quote from: "LPChip"Snaredrums cover a big range from 200 to 800 and hihats around 1k to 2k.
Quote from: "XAVT"Quote from: "LPChip"Snaredrums cover a big range from 200 to 800 and hihats around 1k to 2k.Y`know chip... I think you should have a look at the picture located two posts above me Anyway, why not make it sticky?
Quote from: "mikosoft"I never mastered an orchestral piece and I think orchestral pieces should not have any mastering except for some slight eqing maybe. Orchestra has a full sound by itself (when the piece is arranged correctly of course!).
Quote from: "Atlantis"Mixing is not mastering and mastering is not mixing. Some of you are interchanging two very different processes. Mastering is not the process of mixing your instruments together, panning them, EQ'ing them, compressing them, etc. mikosoft was really the only one who associated it with the right process of effecting the master output, so either this topic has become completely ambigious, or some of you don't realise the difference between mixing and mastering. Seeing the way this topic is going, it should be renamed to "Mixing Tips" to avoid further confusion.So, is it mixing tips you want, or mastering tips?