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Need help from a mastering guy
Old 15th March 2006
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Need help from a mastering guy

Hi guys,

I've got a client who just took a record I mixed to a mastering guy where he is in Warsaw who informed him that "he cannot find enough high and low frequencies in the mixes to create a great mastered CD. Too muffled, mid-range material." I've done plenty of mixes in my life, and never heard that from a mastering guy. In fact, usually he says my high end is right on, and maybe we'll add a touch of sub stuff, but usually it's minor. I'm at a loss as to how to get this dumb project out of my life.

Can one or two of you guys that master for a living take a listen to a track or two and tell me what he's complaining about?

Hit me with a PM and I'll send you an AIFF or something.

Much appreciated,
Stick
Old 18th March 2006
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ill have a go

Hit me with your file.

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John Vestman Mastering
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