mikeh789 at gmail.com
Thu May 9 17:24:53 UTC 2013
On Thu, May 9, 2013 at 10:55 AM, Abhayadev S <abhayadevs at gmail.com> wrote:
> Please suggest a good mastering tool (other than JAMIN).
it really depends on what you need... mastering can be a broad term with
lots of different needs per user or use case. mastering can be complex or
as simple as setting a group of tracks to a similar volume. leveling volume
could be done with *any* tool such as audacity or ardour, or whatever the
tracks were created in. JAMin is a nice "mega-tool" with lots of different
components in it, such as limiters, compressors, and EQ's.. you can use
separate tools for those individual tasks.. i would say, nail down what it
is you are looking for and need, and maybe someone can better guide you to
a tool for your needs. JAMin is an excellent mastering tool since its
mostly an "all-in-one", but, if you dont need all of that functionality,
its arguably overkill... cheers!
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