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    Mastering isn't about software or processing. It's about listening thus monitoring.
    Any DAW owns plug-ins which are good enough for mastering. Of course Ozone can do the job.
    Last edited by laurend; 12-02-2017 at 06:27 AM.
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    I hardly agree with that software isn't the key. Learn how to use is the important. Personally I prefer t-racks boundle which is not that popular, but I learned how to use it and I love the extra features.

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