Several reasons, why I - and possibly others - would use the masterng stage
to adapt a few things, that could be done on the track level.
1. Limit of time available for production.
2. Sticking to a doctrine to immitage a certain sound as close as possible.
That's why I started using tube warmth on my drums, picked it up from Q,
becuase that happened in the 70s and gave a rather specific sound.
Well there can be a thrid reason: You have an overall good sound, but not
the knowledge to keep it, while increasng overall volume and keeping the
overall sound. So lack of information, practise and/or theory. So many people
-at least here - are still hobby musicians. Willing to learn, but you have
Music was my first love and it will be my last (John Miles)
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