I am very skeptical about 'proffesional mastering'. The stuff that has been comming out of the major labels for the last two years sounds like all you have to do is turn it up until it is clipping, hit it with a limiter set on like ten, and then further suck the life out with a massive V shaped eq. When its done they may as well have done it with radio shack mics and one of those Boss digital recorders because it sounds that bad. Honestly, a vinyl record has more dynamic range than today's crap. Mastering should polish a good mix, not destroy it.
No announcement yet.