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Old 06-01-2004, 03:05 AM
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Default Info on a great mastering tool

Guys gotta check out Har-bal. Buddy of mine turned me on too it. It anaylizes your mixes and shows you all the peaks and holes in the mix. You can then add in the missing frequencys or bring down peeks. Its got loudness matching for doing compilations and also you can make references from other cds to see loudness and eq curves. (Funny to look at the incubus record. 100 hz is jacked up really high LOL) . Really a great balancing eq for getting your mixes balanced and ready for multiband compression and limiting. Check out the link. Its only 95 bucks. Works great.

www.har-bal.com

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