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hi, could someone post his noise file he uses for matching the final mix against it? i not exactly sure what type of noise is used for that or in what way it should be modified. anyone has links to that theme or can post a file he uses? thanks

regards.


Hey DaBug.

Try this site http://www.dogstar.dantimax.dk/testwavs/

People who use this technique tend to use pink noise, in moderate to light doses, but blue, brown, white and others can also be used to shape sounds effectively, particularly on individual instruments.

The real trick, of course, is getting the sound you want in the first place.

Cheers.


HI,

I am trying to get horizontal line with Specrurm Slope set to +4db.  Sounds good to me.  And, as Empty Planet wrote, I am doing it during mixing, not after by EQ.  Pink Noise(+3bd), as a reference, sounds thin and Broun one(+6b) sounds too boomy for me.

Cheers.

Vitaly.


no idea what i am doing wrong, but if i analyze pink and even brown noise with curve eq and then apply it to a mix it suxx the bass out and pushes the High frequencies to somewhere its not funny anymore. what is wrong? i cant imagine that kind of noise is usefull for music. atm i tend to analyze a sine sweep and then push the bass up a bit and reduce the hf a bit (with grouped points). thats what worked best for me. i couldnt get a useable result on any song with pink / brown noise without highering the bass and diping the hf´s again.

regards.


Sorry for stupid question, but are you sure your Pink/Brown noise is Real pink/brown one?  What you get reminds me working with White noise.  Check youself.  Set Specrurm Slope to +3db for Pink and +6db for Brown noises.  Can you see a horizontal line on Spectrum Analyzer?

Cheers.

Vitaly.


hi vitaly, yea, i am sure its pink and brown noise, spectrum fall off is exactly 3db and 6db a octave.

i found now a -4db / octave noise suitable for most of my masters (also compared professional masters) and its fine. only thing it takes out the mids to much on 90% of the songs, but the rolloff is exactly -4db a octave. any more ideas or a site that describes the usage of noise curves on mixes?

greets.


Well, why don't you take white noise, apply a curve which you think is good for your needs, render it.  Thus, you will get ' a reference noise'.  From your posts I see you don't use Spectrum Slope feature.  I find it very helpfull.  Just set it to +4db and try to get horizontal line during mastering whitch is much more easier than figuring out -4db rolloff.

All the best,

Vitaly.


i did it this way vitaly. i modified a white noise curve to match db rolloff each octave and then analyzed it after again. works ok now, thanks for your help.

You are welcome.

its not funny anymore
Is it funny again? :-))

Cheers,

Vitaly.

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