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What is the most frequent problem frequncies to deal with in mastering
Old 16th December 2010
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And since hours of intense listening is still hours of a workday burnt up, you do have to pay for it.
Do you still have to pay the doctor and the hospital if your tests come back negative?

If the mixes are in good shape, and need barely a tweak, the session likely won't take as long so the billing will naturally be a bit less. However, mixes that don't need a thing are pretty rare, and the process of listening, making even little tweaks, then loading it in, sequence, assembly, cut parts and QC takes close to the same amount of time for a good mix as a bad, and the process is just as valuable either way.
Old 17th December 2010
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Old 17th December 2010
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It's called tinnitus, Chris.
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I've decided to call it "Organic Dither".
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heh
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Old 17th December 2010
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I've decided to call it "Organic Dither".
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heh
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heh

I like that, all of a sudden don't feel so bad about mine!
Old 18th December 2010
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There are no specific frequencies, depends on the mix you received...From my lit experience i found that 16 to 1 K is the hardest - basically getting that thick low-end on the track..

Hope that was useful......
Old 18th December 2010
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Frequencies above 5Khz are no problem for me
since I don't percieve them.
Old 18th December 2010
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Just make sure you check around 16Khz! ;-)

Porcupine Tree Cd's: noise @ +- 15khz. Have u notice?

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Old 19th December 2010
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Frequencies above 5Khz are no problem for me
since I don't percieve them.
Might wanna replace those blown tweeters..
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