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Ask Video WaveLab 102
The Audio File Workspace Editing and Metering TUTORIAL
SYNTHiC4TE | August 2012 | 400 MB
Join WaveLab Specialist Matthew Loel T. Hepworth in the first learning lessons of his in-depth two-part series about editing and mastering audio using WaveLab 7. You’re about to witness first-hand how this great software can make your audio sing and dance!
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Music software and musicians creating electronic music and more, post production is often done by the musicians themselves. Equalization, audio level compression, multi-band audio compression, and limiting. This process somewhat overlaps but should not be mistaken for the term mastering....Software de música y músicos de la creación de música electrónica y más, la post-producción se hace a menudo por los propios músicos. Igualdad, la compresión de audio de nivel, de compresión de audio multi-banda, y la limitación. Este proceso algo se superpone, pero no debe ser confundido con el término mastering ....