Mastering Acoustic Band - Before and After

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I tracked this song, then the band took it home to mix it themselves, and then they brought it back to me for mastering.
For tracking info, see my Live Acoustic Band post.

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  • Mix (pre-mastering)

  • Same Mix after Mastering

    The mixed 24/96 WAV file was imported into Samplitude V9 and then run through the analog mastering chain listed below.

    Then I added some parallel compression on an Auxiliary bus with the UAD-1 1176N.

    We also added some slight tape hiss noise just to make it feel a little more analog. I put a Waves L2 on the master bus to increase the overall volume and lightly limit. The band is Canoe.

Comments

  • to hash i like the pre better use Lavry this kind of song should not be pushy with leavels love the presound 

    Apogee AD16X Converter  Lavry always be better my ears are golden 21 years as a studio owner i am not a eng. just had the best eng. in the world at my neve ssl studio me i like roland i keep it simple but my roland is no more so rebuild my studio with SSL-AWS 924 Lavry will be my life line no daw will touch my pure sound outside records is a must do. build up then watch your levels keep in mind you might like it loud but everyone has a vol knob heheeha have a good-one a fan for sure

    By kickingsaturday on Nov 28, 2015 at 9:00 am
  • Mix (pre-mastering) could be a big hit... just love that sound even better with-out a daw i bet. i could be wrong who knows just try it.
    By kickingsaturday on Nov 28, 2015 at 9:02 am
  • just touch reverb on little aireas it would be perfect love the air.

    By kickingsaturday on Nov 28, 2015 at 9:03 am

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