One thing that JAMIN has now that won't be a plugin is a 1024 band
hand-drawn EQ with slide-able "parametric" notch and shelf filters.
This is the advantage of not knowing what you're doing when you start on
an application. Steve understood what we were doing but I was just
On Mon, 2003-06-16 at 09:03, Anahata wrote:
On Mon, Jun 16, 2003 at 08:46:46PM +0700, Khadiyd
When I record music (not midi) , I got bass
track, drum track, guitar
track, vocal, vocal 'S', vocal 'O', etc. I think it is necessary to mix
and edit it in more than 2 track...
Yes. That's mixing, and Ardour is a good tool for that, and handles lots
of tracks no problem.
Mastering is a final stage of processing done to the stereo mix, and
mastering is what was being discussed, and whether Ardour is also good for
The issue seems to be whether Ardour has the necessary processing
that's needed for what's loosely termed "mastering" - highly tunable
and sophisticated dynamic processing such as multiband compression and
By the way, someone suggested earlier that mastering does not require
real time processing, which implies that you do not need to monitor the
result. That is only true in a limited sense; professional mastering in
the wider sense is basically getting a second pair of trained ears to
identify and fix problems in the mix.
The rec.audio.pro FAQ has a section on mastering which puts it all
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