adamlloyd83 wrote:First, I want to thank Earle and Paavo for being so attentive to this forum and answering everyone's questions so quickly...I'd have to say that a good part of what I know about mixing and mastering I learned right here
And as for the Har-Bal program itself, I'd have to say that after learning how to use it, it makes other mastering EQs feel really arbitrary...With HB you can see exactly what you need to do, exactly what you're doing, and you can target the problematic areas in a very objective manner...
Here is a track I wrote, programmed, recorded, mixed and mastered at home, in my living room. The download is as close to CD-quality as an MP3 can get, and it's the entire song.
http://www.mediafire.com/?4fx41uqxazs "Bahamian Charm" (R&B/Pop/Rap)
Like I said, I did this at home with a ProTools MBox 1, and before working on it in HB, you could kinda tell...the MBox is kinda known for sounding like crap! Lol. But after HB, it sounds almost as good as anything you'd hear from my heros up at Flyte Tyme
Thank you Har-Bal!!!!!!!!!
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