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Old 25th July 2008 , 10:31 PM
JAYDMF
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May help you mixes if you just add compression to the master bus, bounce the track, reimport the stereo mix and then effectively master it as a whole, ie roll off high end of the overall track and general eq, compress, maximize ( if you must), dither and then bounce again. also if you find your using higher comrpression ratios try using 2 compressors with a lower ratio this may smooth things out a bit. May also want to roll high end out of verbs as you could just be adding to much high end space which is only made worse by the high end in the dry signal.
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