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Having explored some ‘quick-fix’ mastering solutions in our last workshop, we’re now going to take a more in-depth look at a more professional solution to mastering – where the mix and mastering process are distinct and separate elements. We’ll see how a more professional approach involves a radically different workflow and a revised look at how you work with Logic Pro X.

Unlike last time, where mastering was applied directly across the stereo buss, this workshop assumes you’re working from bounced stereo files and preparing them for delivery to a variety of streaming services. Mastering was traditionally the final stage in the production process – assembling, sequencing and processing 10 or so tracks to make a cohesive listening experience. Nowadays, of course, this continuity of listening experience is less important, although you may still be dealing with several songs in any session.

Given this

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