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Stereo width and audio mastering

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Stereo width and audio mastering

From Disc Makers Echoes: Using stereo widening plug-ins in audio mastering to try to expand your mix’s stereo width won’t sound natural and could cause major issues with your finished track.

We’ve said it before, and we’ll say it again: Having your album professionally mastered is one step you can take to make your audio mixes ready for radio and comparable to what you hear on major- and indie-label releases. Among other things, a mastering engineer can raise the overall volume of your mixes, correct minor EQ imbalances, bring consistency to an album, and clean-up the hiss and pops that may have snuck into your recording. Click on the link below to read more…

Author: Brian Lipski, Disc Makers Echoes

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