a l2 ultramaximizer on the master anyways
Why would you use a normalizer, when you could just mix it properly yourself??
Just mix your tracks at a volume that is much much below clip. THEN after your mix has become as perfect as you can make it. You can raise the average volume in the mastering stage.
Why would you do it any other way? I'm confused... never heard of someone actually using a normalizer on something they wanted to sound professional (or as close to professional as is possible.)
Umm, how would normalizing it help it if it's clipping? There should be no clipping in anyway on a master bounce, actually you should have some headroom so that way when you do Compress and Limit, there is enough room. also, your master can show no clipping when you are clipping in the compressor. At least that's been some issues ive came across and i never used normalize.
Last edited by troublemaker$; 07-19-2012 at 06:53 PM.
Last edited by laurend; 07-19-2012 at 11:08 PM.
Lol, the safest way to avoid clipping is look in your mixer and watch your levels???
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