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OBVIOUS? Mastering VS Recording

Discussion in 'Music Creation' started by Fr3ShiE, Jun 8, 2011.

  1. Fr3ShiE

    Fr3ShiE Member

    When you're recording, for latency, set your software's I\O buffer as low as possible, this I learned early.

    After hours struggling with artifacts in the bounce I realized, you keep your I\O buffer as tight as possible... I went in maxed it out for mastering, highest number possible and got the best sounding bounce of my own production career to date. It actually improved all dynamics. Little stupid tricks man, Digital... Putahhh!

    We're working on a new album. Mad improvement over the last one when the studio we paid went out of business and lost interest, mid project. I can't wait to show you the new stuff. It's sounding really good.

    Keep posted here,
  3. Fr3ShiE

    Fr3ShiE Member

    Follow up....

    I jumped the gun, it's a bug of some kind. Something in the effect automation, something... I've been up for days, artifacts, on the lyric "cry"... Only when bounced, not on playback, why god, WHY!? I extended the original recorded audio track and it went away/... OK

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