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Mastering is a PROCESS, not a software.Learn the concepts and you can do it in any sequencer or audio editor.I >highly< suggest you get Bob Katz's book "Mastering Audio: The Art and Science"It's a college course in mastering and money better spent than dubious software.
Does anyone know of mastering software that can give me separate plugin chains for each redbook track? I currently use CD architect, and there don't seem to be any alternatives for windows or mac. Sound Forge 10 and Wavelab 7 don't seem to let me have a chain for anything but the entire master. I'd like to switch to mac too, so cross platform or mac-only is preferable.-Jim
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