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“With any acoustic instrument that you record, you have some kind of ambience happening. Any electric instrument, when it’s direct, doesn’t have any ambience at all. So for me the challenge is not to try to simulate the acoustic sound, but to simulate some of the aspects of an acoustic sound.”- bassist Michael Manring

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Things to consider before sending your music to a mastering engineer
By Dominick Maita
Understanding the technical details of the final product: UPC, CDDB, ISRC and more
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Giving your music the final polish
By Dave Moulton
LPs are staging a big comeback, which means there’s a lot to know before you send your music off for pressing.
By Scott Dorsey
Understanding the art of cutting and pressing vinyl
By Scott Dorsey
The basic tools and techniques of the trade
By Dave Moulton
Getting your tracks ready for the final tweaks
By Phil Demetro
Beyond the basics of mastering
By Seva
The history of mastering and whether we should pursue it ourselves
By Robert Auld
Preparing your music for mastering
By Eric Ferguson



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