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Old 28th February 2013 , 02:17 PM
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Default Processing your master bus - hints and tips

It's a common thing to do but is it a help or hinderance ?

How processing your stereo master bus can help and hinder
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I guess everyone has a different approach on stereo master bus processing. My opinion is a lil bit of compression is best but processing more i would rather go back and fix it in the mix.
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I really appreciate all the tips and hints. Can't get enough of those as a newbie. lol
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