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Some Insights Into Mastering A Track (Music Mixing)   

As you know, I've had my own music blog (VinhCanDoMusic.com) and I've been making my own musical tracks, but to tell the truth, I'm still very much in the dark when it comes to mastering a track.  Basically, whenever the mixing process is done for a track, I would try to listen to the track over and over again to see if it's up to my taste and standard, and I would either fix it somehow to make it sounds good enough or I would just stop and wrap the track up.  In a way, I like to think that as I'm mixing a track, somewhere in the between and near the end of the mixing process I would incorporate the mastering step into the whole mixing process.  The final mastering touch for a track for me would be making the track sounds the way I would imagine how it should sound.  With all of these little nuggets I professed, the professional mastering process is still very much something that is out of my league, because I have no training in sound engineering or something similar to this.  This is why I think the video right after the break is quite interesting for people -- like me -- who want to know more about mastering a musical track in general.

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