Take Me to Your Master

Cooper, Michael
September 2003
Mix;Sep2003, Vol. 27 Issue 10, p168
Explains some of the least-understood features of the Waves Masters Bundle, an audio mastering program, and provides some tips to get the most out of the plug-ins included in the bundle. Optimization of the gain at the output of each stage of processing; Manual setting of release times in LinMB in the early stage, with the Auto-Release Control function initially turned off.


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