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 What is the Mastering Stage of Production and how does it affect sound? -- Blue Coast Records

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MensagemAssunto: What is the Mastering Stage of Production and how does it affect sound? -- Blue Coast Records   What is the Mastering Stage of Production and how does it affect sound? -- Blue Coast Records EmptyQua Set 28 2016, 21:20

Excerto de um artigo que descreve o que é a Masterizacção.

Vinyl has it’s own particulars — having the bass in the center is a big issue. If the bass response is off to one side or the other, there is always the consideration of jumping out of the groove. This is not an issue with digital. There are limitations on the bottom end that affect loudness and groove jumping. There are considerations with the high end as well. Not that these are bad considerations but they do affect the final production master sound.

For the reasons above, without having the mastering notes of what was done to the source mixes, it’s impossible to compare formats side by side. Each individual should decide what format they prefer to listen to. For example, some ‘remastered’ albums for CD are much more overly compressed than the original CDs.... and play much louder with less dynamics.



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