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Tips to bounce 2 mastered wav files together???
Old 11th October 2018
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Tips to bounce 2 mastered wav files together???

I''ve got a interesting question for anybody with some experience from a total neophyte.

I've got 1 completed and bounced track (File1). Then I've got another completed and bounced track (File2). I want to mix these 2 files together and produce a master but I do not want the mastering process to have any effect on File2 (no eq, no compression, no gain, etc.).

Is there a way to do this successfully?

I'm thinking of mastering File1 and get it where I want it and EQ File1 to make space for the frequencies in File2. Then bounce both tracks out as one completed WAV file. Thoughts?

Why? ....File2 contains some subliminal stuff which will get hidden at low volumes (almost inaudible at like -30db) under File1.

This is the only thing I can come up with. When I try to master a mix with all the stems of both File1 and File2 in it too much is happening to the stems in File2 and the affect isn't what I need.

I appreciate all thoughts.

Bryan
Old 11th October 2018
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Originally Posted by azbryanw View Post
I''ve got a interesting question for anybody with some experience from a total neophyte.

I've got 1 completed and bounced track (File1). Then I've got another completed and bounced track (File2). I want to mix these 2 files together and produce a master but I do not want the mastering process to have any effect on File2 (no eq, no compression, no gain, etc.).

Is there a way to do this successfully?

I'm thinking of mastering File1 and get it where I want it and EQ File1 to make space for the frequencies in File2. Then bounce both tracks out as one completed WAV file. Thoughts?

Why? ....File2 contains some subliminal stuff which will get hidden at low volumes (almost inaudible at like -30db) under File1.

This is the only thing I can come up with. When I try to master a mix with all the stems of both File1 and File2 in it too much is happening to the stems in File2 and the affect isn't what I need.

I appreciate all thoughts.

Bryan
That seems straight forward to me like what you'd want.
Old 11th October 2018
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Why not mix the mastered track (file 1) and ad the subliminal stuff only?
Old 18th October 2018
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Thank you both.... I am taking that route. Seems easiest.
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