On Wed, May 12, 2010 at 09:44:58PM +0200, Fons Adriaensen wrote:
I dunno. What would the artifact sound like or look like? If I had a sample of what this kind of damage sounds like, or a picture of what it looks like, I'd be able to better determine if JAMIN was doing it or not.
One of the things I (and others) noticed, is a "nasty harshness" in the hihat. I don't know if this might have been caused by JAMIN artifacts, but it did go away by bypassing JAMIN. Being naive, and assuming that JAMIN was actually good mastering software, I thought the problem was with the hihat itself, and was just being made more noticeable when mastering. So, I "solved" the problem by hauling quite a few dB of 12Khz and 6Khz, .5 octave each, out of the overhead mics. I will be really annoyed if I ended up doing this just because of an artifact caused by JAMIN, or if there is other sludge in my mixes that was caused by it.
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