Starship Krupa wrote:(...) throw on either the Broadcast Compressor or the iZotope Mastering Essentials.
Glaw wrote:Is it recommended to master a track after mixing it down to WAV rather than mastering the whole song via the project's master?
What are the pros and cons of this?
gypsy101 wrote:for one,it saves on Processor/CPU usage if you normally have a lot of vst/vsti in the main project.
(Assuming by 'mastering plugin' you mean a limiter) Both. It's a trade off, the louder your master, the less dynamics it has as a general rule. If you aim for a loudness of -10 -to -12 LUFS you'll get the best of both worlds, although things are changing so quickly this could be different in 12 months' time.Glaw wrote:... If I maximize the volume using some mastering plugin, will it have a higher volume? Or will it just be squashed and distorted?
You are correct - you are wrong. Mixcraft does not master tracks louder or quieter, it's down to the user.WhiRz wrote:... But I've noticed that the track in Mixcraft are almost way quieter.
But I'm posting this here because I'm probably wrong !!
You are correct - you are wrong. Mixcraft does not master tracks louder or quieter, it's down to the user.
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