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Old 2013-03-04, 15:53
therawski therawski is offline
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New User experiencing this problem

Originally Posted by selig View Post
This comes up again and again over time, and in each case it's been some sort of use error or 'flaw' in the comparison between the before and after files. There has not yet be one case of a confirmed 'difference' of any sort between the bounced file and the original file. Even a slight difference of a decibel or two will make you think that one track sounds 'better' (when it's only louder). So you gotta be sure you are actually comparing the two track fairly.

The simplest mastering approach (mainly to prevent clipping and gain some perceived loudness) is to put a Maximizer as the final device in the Master Insert (checking to be sure the 'signal path' is set to "INSERTS PRE COMPRESSOR" is NOT set (the default). On the new Maximizer, click on "4ms Lookahead", and then adjust your input level until you see a few dBs on the gain reduction meter. :-)

I'm a new user and have been experiencing this problem with exported song sounding much more soft and quiet. I have to turn the volume up really loud to hear my beat in my car (compared to any other song), but in Reason it sounds fine (assuming my speakers are turned up really loud on my computer)

I'd like to learn how to do this, can you show me in more detail somehow?

I'd really appreciate it, Thanks

(Reason 6.5)

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