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Old 10th June 2017
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Mastering

I do anticipate a change in mastering form the sound of the mix and leave a little space in the headroom and overall EQ ... The worst position to put a mastering engineer in is giving them something too smashed and EQ'd to harshly... I look to have saturation in the whole frequency spectrum not just upper mids... and know that things like the snare and vocal are going to get tucked in just a touch by mastering as a little limiting and a little more smiley face EQ get put put on
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