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    If I were to lay tracks with the Triton and burn the cd right out of the Triton, would it sound nce on my car stereo?
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    If you mixed thing right, yes,

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    In the manual I have not found any thing mentioning "MASTERING".

    Do you happen to think that the Triton could master. Do you own a Triton?
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    i don't know anything about tritons because i personally don't like them at all, but you can't just lay down a track in anything, triton or not, burn it, and expect it to sound good. mastering is not just a set of tools but the knowledge to use those tools. its not going to be something you can guess your way into. if you're about getting your track mastered i suggest you give it to somebody to do for you. if you're not monitoring your signals at a flat frequency in the first place it is going to sound different when you play it in your car/stereo/whatever. even if you are monitoring your signals at a flat frequency you've still got to have the knowledge of equing and compression and more to truely get your track mastered.
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