Unfortunately, there is still a bunch of “talent”, and I use the term loosely, who simply refuse to face facts that what they are recording sounds lousy. In some cases, they simply may not have a clue. What makes matters more difficult is that some of these people will employ things like noise gates, noise reduction, compression, or may even go so far as to put music behind their auditions in order to try and trick you into thinking their recordings sound better than they really do.
June 30, 2011
Starkist Wants Tunas That Sound Good
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