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Old 2010-07-26, 15:53
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Record's Master Mixer

If this has already been discussed to death, I'm sorry and feel free to point me in the right direction.

I find the mastering suite EQ much simpler to use as I can visually see where exactly I'm cutting and boosting. Also it becomes really handy for me when I'm comparing different tracks to carve out their sonic space.

However, I look at he massive Master Mixer in Record and feel the need to use that instead of the master suites, well mainly because its there.

One issues I have is that sometimes I want to cut a particular track in two places - both in the higher bands, but the parametric eq in the master mixer's mid low doesn't go higher than a particular frequency. Unlike the master suite EQ where the 2 params can be moved wherever.

So I guess my question is - is there any reason why I should be using the Master mixer and not the insert modules?? What would you suggest I do??
 

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