Hello. I have been using ntrack for several years with great success. My only problem is after mixdown my volume is always way too low. Is there a way or tips to improve this. I a. Using a very old very stable ver I think in the 3s.
CLASSIC MASTERING LIMITER could help
I came by this plug thanks to the guys here. It really can ‘hot’ things up and levels them off which maximizes the overall sound.
Just to clarify:- I’ve tested the Classic Master Limiter on everything at every stage, from channel insert to master effect, right across the mixer and with aux’s.
Presumably it would be best suited mastering a stereo mixdown?
I cant believe ive had ntrack all this time and never had something like this. all these years. dang it. i am not that big of a gear head or engineer to know much about all the plugins and stuff. I am a dj and also work as a mixer for a radio station. I use ntrack for its ease of use. I tried pro tools and all the other stuff but the learning curve for me was way too big. Thats why ive used ntrack since purchasing years ago. I still cant understand all the stuff in this build. Hahaha. It works perfectly fine for me though. Thanks very much for that. I think it has solved all my problems of low db when mixing down a final radio mix. Thanks again Levi.
It appears the link provided above is now non-functional but I found the Classic Mastering Limiter here
Oh hell yeah!!! This blows the hell out of every other compression filter I've tried, including Cakewalk.... WOOHOO!!!!
this link comes up as a virus on my norton. clicker beware.
this link comes up as a virus on my norton.
Yep, it has a trojan in it.
Here is another link....