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9 days its the average time for the last 2 months, But envato stuff promised to improve it..

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^great sounding portfolio,good luck!

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I recomend to use bob katz’s K-system http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/K-system

Really helpfull, its really change our way of mixing.

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if you play it backwards it says ‘paul is dead’ Try it :)
:) hahaha, most people here don’t seem to get the reference to mccartney, though! :) and i on the other hand don’t have an idea why there’s strikethrough on my text above, i didn’t type it that way :(

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if you play it backwards it says ‘paul is dead’ Try it :)

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Our slowest week ever :(

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Noone force you to break your habit. :) The beaity of making music is in creating different ways to acheave the same goal. Some one prefer one way, and some – other. So if it work for you – let it be so. I also have powerful Octa Core PC, but prefer separate stages.

I got a strong Mac pro so no CPU issues here. i mix with mastering chain on the master bus but on disable mode. when i Finish the mix and happy with the result only then i “turn on” the mastering chain and start the mastering process but on the same session without bouncing the mic to another session. this process is only for library music etc. of course that when i mix a song for an artist to the radio i send the mix to a professional mastering engineer.

and thats great, im not forcing you to change your habit, I didn’t ask the question because i want you to change my habits, i love my habits :)

and if its sounds good its sounds good, no matter what process, and thats the real answer :)

i ask the question because its interesting to know the different ways and methods musicians use to achieve their musical goals.

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I got a strong Mac pro so no CPU issues here. i mix with mastering chain on the master bus but on disable mode. when i Finish the mix and happy with the result only then i “turn on” the mastering chain and start the mastering process but on the same session without bouncing the mic to another session. this process is only for library music etc. of course that when i mix a song for an artist to the radio i send the mix to a professional mastering engineer.

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I do it separately

can you tell us why?

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I mix within Cubase and then export a stereo mixdown into Wavelab which is where I master. I like this way of working although mastering when in Wavelab sometimes throw up many flaws in the mix which means I have to go back to Cubase. This is a small price to pay working this way since I have all the juicy Waves plugins in Wavelab that only have to deal with a stereo track. My poor hard drives and CPU really get hammered in Cubase but that is why you pay the money! :)

So you do the mastering on wavelab just because of CPU for you not Sound Quality? it will be interesting to do an A/B test. the big questions is if there are differences in quality for bothe process (mix&master together vs separetly)...

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