How to Master your Own Music: Perfecting Audio

In this episode Keith explains what you will need to Master your own music.
Mastering is a method of treating your finished master tracks so they can sound like the album tracks from your favourite artists and also be the best they can.
This overview looks at different software you can use if you wish to master yourself, includes T-racks from Multimedia, Ozone by Izotope, and MasterCheck plugin from Nugen.

Software mentioned:
T-racks 5 - IK Multimedia

Master Check - Nugen Audio

Ozone 8 - Izotope

Related Products at Adorama:

Sony Sound Forge Pro 11 - Advanced Audio Waveform Editor-

Wave Arts Power Suite 5 Mixing/Mastering Software Plug-In, Electronic Download

NUGEN Audio Master Pack Mastering Software Tools-

Waves Abbey Road TG Mastering Chain Plugin-

Sony Audio Master Suite - Waveform and spectral Editing-

Manley Labs ELOP+ Stereo Electro-Optical Vacuum Tube Limiter/Compressor-
Manley Labs Mastering Version Massive Passive Stereo Tube EQ-

AKG Acoustics K 702 Open-Back Dynamic Headphone for Monitoring, Mastering and Mixing-
PreSonus Eris E3.5 2-Way 3.5"" Nearfield Monitor, Pair-

Neumann KH 120 Biamplified 2-Way Active Nearfield Monitor-

Mackie Big Knob Passive 2x2 Studio Monitor Controller -

Peavey PV 215EQ High-Performance Graphic Equalizer-

MeldaProduction MMasteringBundle Mastering Software Plug-In Bundle-

Production Equipment Used:

Sony PXW-FS7 II 4K XDCAM Super 35 Camcorder Kit with 18-110mm Zoom Lens

Zoom H6 Handy Recorder with Interchangeable Microphone System W/Sen. MKE 600 Mic

16x9 Easyrig MiniMax Camera Support System with Soft Carrying Bag, 4.4 to 15.4lbs Capacity

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