Posts Tagged ‘audio mastering’

Mastering Audio With Ozone

Thursday, January 8th, 2009

Mastering is generally regarded as a sort of ‘dark art’ in audio production; it’s a specialised area that requires specific tools and an experienced set of ears. Although nothing can compare to the results obtained by a seasoned mastering engineer working in a dedicated studio, there are a few tools available that bring DIY mastering to your DAW. Among these is Izotope’s Ozone…

Two Sides Of Mastering Music

Wednesday, May 23rd, 2007

There is a huge volume of information to absorb before one could claim to be reasonably competent at the art of producing or performing music. For those approaching from the performance side, J. Pisano provides some links recommended by his students as being particularly useful. The list includes specialised sites focused on such topics as choral, drumming, audio search and sheet music.


Getting Started With Mastering and EQ

Friday, May 11th, 2007

At some point in your musical career, you may begin to wonder exactly why the CD of your favourite band just sounds so much better than the demo you recorded in your local studio. Some of this may be down to musicianship, extremely expensive instruments and high-end recording equipment, but a lot of it can be due to the expertise of a professional mastering and EQ engineer.