Wow, thank you a lot guys.
It feels good, to know, there are some helping souls out there.
Thank you, sir. I will.
Thank you. But what is the correct meter view? Which do you recommend?
Thank you. I ment Software like WaveLab, SoundForge, Audition…
Actually, i experiment with a lot of styles (Hip Hop, Progressive House, Chillout, Experimental), cause i love music.
But since a few months i stick with different house styles, so i guess, i am in the volume war game, too.
Ok, I will start with Bob Katz doing my homeworks.
I really appreciate your help guys. Thank you very very much. I think i´m getting it even better. I will do my homework and practicing.
I hope you bear with me, when i ask another question. Just for the overall understanding.
I am using the KRK Rokit5 Monitors, without any Subwoofer.
So, as i know, for a good Mastering, the track itself needed to be good mixed before.
So i watched the “Hands on Cubase” Video about Mixing, maybe a year ago, before i did this track, but it seems, that it didn´t helped me a lot:
Beginning at minute 1:05, there appears a slow Bass Drum, which is too loud on my HiFi Speakers, but on my Rokits they have the exact level i want, coming smooth and soft.
And this type of thing happens nearly in each of my tracks. Sometimes it is the snare, high hat, crash, etc. which is too loud or to quiet, when i listen to it on different speakers.
So i am really afraid, to let my Tracks be mastered professionally and pay a lot of money, just to hear in retrospect, that e.g. the hihats or shakers are to loud.
I know, that different speakers, will give different results and hearing pleasure, but can this problem be avoid with using any Analysers or Meters?
Do you have any recommendations (thoghts, sites or videos) on this topic for me, how to mix best?
Thanks in advance.