Restoring & Mastering An Old Record (4)

The Music Telegraph | Text 2021/01/25 [12:27]

Restoring & Mastering An Old Record (4)

The Music Telegraph| 입력 : 2021/01/25 [12:27]

 

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Restoring & Mastering An Old Record (4)

 

(Continued from the previous article)

 

If you listen carefully to the track and have realized that the acoustic bass is still considerably missing in the mix, then please follow this way: Since this is an extreme case where the recording is really damaged, you need to insert a second EQ to bring out more of the bass. 

 

 

1) Insert a 1-band EQ into the MASTER channel of the Mix window and apply the settings shown in Figure 1.

(In this article, I am dealing with Pro Tools. See the Figure 1 below.)

 

Figure 1: EQ Settings on the Master Fader

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Inserting a limiter on the Master fader will help to boost the overall volume of the recording without going into overload distortion. Basic limiters are based on the same settings you would find in a compressor, but with a fixed Ratio, usually set to its maximum value of 20:1 or higher.

 

 

2) Insert a Limiter into the MASTER channel of the Mix window and apply the settings shown in Figure 2.

 

Figure 2: Limiter Settings on the Master Fader

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