Subject: Re: Mastering EA was French Touch
From: Louis Dufort (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sat Oct 29 2005 - 01:50:08 EDT
> Very different from my experience of EA mastering, where a majority of
> the pieces still arrive to me in a very hectic state, and where I have
> to make severe corrections before I can make them at least bearable...
That's exactly why I'm very suspicious concerning mastering EA works...
Mastering should always be about enhancing, not correcting. But in the real
this is not the case. In Pop music mastering is very important due to the
fact that the standard is very well known even by the public. But I really
think that EA composers should have last hands on their works, this is what
makes it poetic for better or for worse.
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