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Mastering engineer - Maor Appelbaum QuickTip #36 - De-Essing in Mastering
Maor Appelbaum De-Essing in Mastering

LA based mastering engineer, Maor Appelbaum talks to us about his hybrid set-up of analogue and digital gear, and of course plug-ins. Certified by Apple for Mastered for iTunes, Maor uses the Fraunhofer Pro-Codec to create great sounding encoded files. Read interview...


Mastering engineer and founder of WyattMixMaster.com, Daniel Wyatt, brings us this really interesting tip about de-essing in mastering. In it, he explains that if you de-ess the harsh highs in a mix correctly, your mix will actually sound brighter!
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Maximising Snare Sounds Daniel Wyatt - Mastering EDM
Maximising Snare Sounds Daniel Wyatt

In this helpful tip, Rich Tozzoli shares with us how he uses reverb on a duplicate snare track to create a much bigger snare sound. Read article...

When it comes to EDM mastering, like it or not, loudness matters. The real challenge is to make it as loud as the current "good sounding" masters on Beatport, while at the same time avoiding directly contributing to the loudness war. Read more...

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