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Thread Comments about Curves of Steal: Fabulous Frequency Felons

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Craig Anderton

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1 Posted on 02/01/2011 at 23:07:53
Bob Ludwig, Doug Sax, Bernie Grundman - they're masters of mastering. They produce hit after hit, with nothing at their disposal other than...well, experience, talent, great ears, the right gear, and superb acoustics.

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ryanve

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2 Posted on 02/02/2011 at 11:53:08

I rely a lot on the meters. I've used CurveEQ and Har-Bal. I like how on Har-Bal that you can zoom in really close to draw the curve you want but it's inconvenient that you it's a standalone app and not a plugin because you can't hear it as you're making the changes. What I prefer to use nowadays is the TC Electronic Assimilator plugin for PowerCore. IMO it has the highest fidelity of those three. It's not as granular as Har-Bal because the window is a smaller. I don't draw that much though, rather I usually go off some solid reference curves. It's black magic LOL.

Chater-La

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3 Posted on 02/03/2011 at 04:25:59

Thanks for the feedback and input! bravo

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