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Old 16th April 2019 | Show parent
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Originally Posted by rallycapmusic View Post
Well, you know, those recorders (Tascam 424) or any recorder matter of fact, isn't dedicated to just vocals. You can record whatever on any track to compose a song and mix. I was speaking of a whole song mixed in its entirety, sounds more "quiet." Like everything "sibilance" wise around it, goes away and it sounds like a nice quiet mixed song one that DBX NR is applied.
I guess “genius” wasn’t positive enough for you...
I understood what you are doing and the capabilities of the Tascam 424. Perhaps you are attempting sarcasm in schooling me on that subject.
I apologize for painting with too broad a brush. I’m not the mastering police, and anyone can use whatever they please when they are self-mastering.
What I should have said is that this looks to me like the kind of thing that I can imagine any creative engineer trying and possibly using on vocal tracks. I do not think that most pro mastering engineers would put finished mixes through your process.