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    Default How do I master?

    Okay, so the vocal/instrumentation mixup isn't working well and I need to make sure the vocals/beats work in harmony. How do I master in Adobe Audition 3.0?

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    http://help.adobe.com/archive/en_US/...ion_3_help.pdf

    http://www.ehow.com/how_8331981_tuto...-audition.html

    also maybe check the gearslutz.com forum, they seem to have some topics relevant to your question up there

    peace

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    That's mixing, not mastering.
    Get the vocals in one "track" and the beat in another. Then EQ to your pleasure.
    I like to break the beat up into individual tracks. Hi hats in one, kick/snare in another, then bass. Then put the vocals in a seperate track on top of everything else.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MattCoops View Post
    That's mixing, not mastering.
    Get the vocals in one "track" and the beat in another. Then EQ to your pleasure.
    I like to break the beat up into individual tracks. Hi hats in one, kick/snare in another, then bass. Then put the vocals in a seperate track on top of everything else.
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