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    What is the best mastering software?

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    What software is most widely used in the industry for mastering? Either a plugin or free standing program.
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    In regards of Ozone and the likes of it & about mastering programs actually used in mastering (as opposed to home-brew "mastering"), check this.
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    which programme are you using on producing?

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    sequoia, wavelab.

    by the way, the software does not really make a difference during mastering. it's the mastering engineers extremely accurate monitoring system that will improve your sound.

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    wavelab and somethink like that i think for vinlys and cd master .. if you doın dıgıtal release just use your producıng programme lıke fl studio cubase logic... check my songs on myspace..

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    great little read there krushing... I posted a mixing a mastering thread that says a lot of the same things...

    for me I do a little stereo enhancement(on busses), and the master strip really only has a limiter, a multiband eq for absolute highs and lows nothing else, and maybe depending on the sound I want vintage warmer. I know... but I don't have an analogue mixing desk so I try to add a little bit of warm, and it's only on very minimal bit of saturation.. Most stuff can/should be taken care of prior to any of that stuff..

    The room/monitoring matters the most... which I'm in the process of sorting out now...

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    I use samplitude pro 10 .. period its my all in 1 software.
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    Mastering Software

    We find that using a mixture of plugins for the various stages of mastering has worked well for the artists who have mastered their own music.

    We mention a few of them in this article:

    Best Mastering Software | Phat Mastering

    Feel free to check it out and let us know if you are using any similar plugins.
    Phat Mastering
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