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Mastering the Records
« on: March 25, 2011, 02:02:49 PM »

Mastering is a valuable service that makes the music sound good. Any album which is released for commercial purpose has to undergo the process of mastering. This is important for the music to sound professional. Mastering is an art, which involves fine-tuning the music to make it sound more professional. When the music is mastered, it removes or makes up for any sort of deficiencies that might have occurred during the recording process. Music makers understand the importance of mastering the track or the album. In fact, 99% of all the tracks need fine tuning in terms of mastering the records. It is most important when there are multiple tracks in the album, to render consistency to the whole album. The volume and the other aspects of music are worked upon in the mastering phase. The musical instruments used for the music in the album are tweaked for a finer finish. The effect of mastering is a clear, loud and professional sounding track. The end results are more obvious when the music is released in the market. When the music is played among unprofessional tracks, it stands out. Some musicians may consider the process of mastering as non-essential. But actually, the process is necessary to attain that perfect sounding track.
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Re: Mastering the Records
« Reply #1 on: April 11, 2011, 06:48:17 AM »

Have you come across Abbey Road's online mastering service? Any opinions? :)

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