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Hello All!

I'm self-educated in mixing mastering.

I play on guitar generally.

I have some questions about

final mastering proces...or mixing i don't know....

about limiting

here some pictures from wave lab

1st one is Pro mix artist Dave Marton

Candian Guitarist

http://www.nalbi.hotbox.ru/good.jpg

2nd is my mix but my limiter always

http://www.nalbi.hotbox.ru/bad.jpg

CUT out peaks

this is hapen when i try to get some Loudness

-12 RMS or -11 rms

I push treshold on my limiter but my peaks

begin look ugly......

I'm have lack of knowledge of Ifundamental rules in

Exporting levels in my CUBASE SX , mixing levels in output bus

You know......

Here in Bulgaria There is no place where to study

basis of mixing and exporting and

mastering....

Sorry about this beginner questions

What I must to do

What is your masterin chain

Pls give me a principal base to start

what level for export in peak meter in Cubase

Then bus compression or .......I dont know

Im Sorry for that

regards with respect

SORRY FOR MY unlettered questions.

here some audio clips

http://nalbi.hotbox.ru/Dimitar_Demo2 .mp3 - my personal mix and track

http://nalbi.hotbox.ru/Dimitar_Demo1.mp3 - my personal mix and track to

http://nalbi.hotbox.ru/dave_marton.mp3 original track

Dimitar Nalbatov


I would recommend you read the iZotope mastering guide.

http://www.izotope.com/products/audio/ozone/guides.html

I read it before making my purchasing decision.  The guide is a free download and highly recomended, it uses their product as an example, but the principles still hold.  You can do most ot the same stuff with Soniformer, CurveEQ and Elephant.

(Sorry AV for pointing him to a competitors website, but it is the best guide around)


Dimitar, limiting and loudness race is probably not the main concept in mastering.  Mastering and mixing is a vast field to research yourself.  You should probably also read books like Bob Katz's 'Mastering Audio'.

CascadeHush, no problem, as long as it helps.


Thanks for suggestions

and good advices!

Best regards Dimitar

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