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- Thread starter djclueveli
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Then you multiply all of this by the number of ceiling tiles in the room in which it was tracked, and that should do it. Setting the Q value is much simpler, as you can skip the coefficient values associated with y. It does, however, require a regression analysis in order to determine if there is a positive association between x over b and y.

If you'd like me to perfrorm the calculations for you, my work is rather cheap. I'd be happy to settle for 50 bucks an hour, strictly as a favor to a home rec'er in need.

djclueveli said:

This is not a hard question at all, and the answer is easy: use your ears.

The process that occurs before mastering is called mixing. You really don't need to think about preparing your mixes for mastering, or making decisions based on mastering at the mixing stage. All you need to do is to get the vocals to sound the way you want them to sound.

As far as I know there is no formula for how to eq vocals that would apply to all vocals. Each voice is different, so each voice has to be eq'ed differently. If there is a specific rapper that you like, you could listen to his vocals on his albums, and then play around with your eq until you get a similar sound.

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Come on guys, give him a break....

The answer is 12.

The answer is 12.

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RAMI said:

corn chowder

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Damn you Timboz...You've heard that one before!

RAMI said:

42.

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[Bad attempt at looking mature after that statement]Good movie[/bad attempt at looking mature after that statement]

it's not 41?vestast said:42.

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damn, my side hurts laughing at that oneRAMI said:

Damn stop, stop! my gut hurts!chessrock said:

Then you multiply all of this by the number of ceiling tiles in the room in which it was tracked, and that should do it. Setting the Q value is much simpler, as you can skip the coefficient values associated with y. It does, however, require a regression analysis in order to determine if there is a positive association between x over b and y.

If you'd like me to perfrorm the calculations for you, my work is rather cheap. I'd be happy to settle for 50 bucks an hour, strictly as a favor to a home rec'er in need.

I keep coming up with 37 for some reason... Are we using Base 11 or Imperial Metric?vestast said:I double checked my math and it came out to 42 again.

But my EQ goes up to 11.

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I would use one compressor for now.

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I prefer Cke to Psi. It's the real thing.