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New Mastering Software for Linux
Old 1st May 2003
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atticus's Avatar
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New Mastering Software for Linux

here is a screenshot of a new piece of mastering software for the Linux platform called Jam. I have been following the development and it promises to be very cool.
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Old 2nd May 2003
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ExistanceMusic's Avatar
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Sure looks the goods, love the multiband compressors, only problem I could possible see is that the frequencies aren't adjustable?
Haven't done alot of mastering, except my own stuff, where I can just go back to the mix if I need to fix something specifically, but it's always nice to be able to pick between sub-bass and mid-bass to really tighten up the low-end.

Just on another pont, is anyone here working with Linux much? Don't see much talk around about it, but it's something that's interested me for a while. Comments?
Old 2nd May 2003
Brad Blackwood's Avatar
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I bet those sliders above the MB controls contol the turnover freq...
Old 2nd May 2003
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Alécio Costa's Avatar
🎧 15 years
very big look ahead delay. cool!
It looks similar to TC MASTER X 3 band plus a paragraphic eq.
what about adding dither algorithms, word lenght?
Nice job
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