Mastering the Spitfire libraries
Hello everyone, and a very happy new year 2023.
I use several Spitfire libraries with enormous pleasure, in particular the BBCSO pro orchestras and Appassionata strings.
I was wondering what your mastering process was (typically, what EQ, what kind of reverb or what compression).
In most cases, I content myself with the proposed mixes (mix 1 for BBCSO pro for example) and I sometimes use extras on specific spots of instruments that I want to highlight.
But maybe you have some equalization tricks, to sometimes also change the overall sound of the orchestras a little? (which is very natural in its uncorrected version by the way).
I know some people like to sculpt the sound a bit more.
This topic may have been discussed before on the forum, but I'm interested in your feedback.
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