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    Thanks Chili,

    Then after the first edit week, if there is still necessary edits. I'll send you a PM and with the updated list. Hopefully we can a good footing before the week is up.

    I would love an article on the misconceptions of mastering because that is a very common issue with many people entering the forum. And when I have an article up there that says "DIY mastering" it leads to even more confusion. It'd be nice if some more seasoned posters dropped in.

    Thanks again, Eric

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    Bump! I could really use some more participation. There's gotta be some more great resources out there!

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    I've been a lurker here for a while, so I might as well make this my first post...


    SAE College has some good reference material.

    SAE Institute

    They used to have a better site, but I haven't seen it in a while (i have all 70 pages printed off). I'll see if I can find it.

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    Tom V. Has some good stuff on mastering over on his site at The Mastering House Inc. - CD Mastering and Media Production Services.

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    did mine not make the cut? lol
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    I seriously hope this gets stickied.
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    it would be nice if it did... but people will still come here and expect people to serve them information on a silver platter without them having to do any research of their own...

    personally, i read alot here more than i post. i check this site every day and i think having a handy thread like this to refer to is a great idea. i'm bookmarking it so i'll have it easilly whether it gets stickied or not.

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    a very good analog overview there.

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    Thanks for the additions gang! I added them to the list. Kcearl, yours has been on there . I actually have put every suggestion up. This is where I want a little help in deciding which should be put up for deletion. An article that I find unhelpful may be a landmine for someone else and vice versa.

    The new list should be in the first post in the near future. I hope that we can keep improving the list. Don't think since it's sticky'd, we can't make it better

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    Even so it's a live text book - written for Yamaha by Gary Davis & Ralph Jones" Sound Reinforcement Handbook" - has a lot of valuable information for recordists and should be considered.
    I don't have a link but can be found.
    You can look at the books table of contents on the amazon.com site and you'll agree when you see section like microphones,preamp,cabling,frequency response etc. that the information is use full.
    This book's content in my early years got me to the point where I'm now with the understanding to the aspect of sound and all it's retributions.
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