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Mastering

AgentSanchez

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I've sent a few friends over to minus3audio.com for mastering services and they've all been extremely happy with the results.
 

Sal De Ban

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I've sent a few friends over to minus3audio.com for mastering services and they've all been extremely happy with the results.
Thanks for the link

I couldn't find a list of his gear on the site, but i did find some helpful tips on how to prepare the audio mixdown for him. so that's a good start - i might inquire about rates.

I know that Joao Carvalho's Studio has the right stuff (Manley Massive Passive, etc) though, but i'm sure that will run a bit more $
 
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Sal De Ban

TRIBE Member
before i forget, my last question is - is the audio watermarking / digital copyright / whatever its called encoded into an audio track at the mastering stage? or is this done before or after mastering??
 

Sal De Ban

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hmm. cool link. I think i have enough grasp of the situation to ask someone in person without sounding like tard.

still having trouble with this though:
 

zoo

TRIBE Member
it's a (fast) fourier transform. i actually enjoyed slaving over this subject in 2nd / 3rd year calc/math and signals/systems :)

you don't need to understand the math to do watermarking, i'm sure there's a tool somewhere. just read some overview (like this one maybe) if you want to know a bit more about the math/physics behind audio signal sampling and frequency analysis.

The Fourier Transform
 
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