New Forum For AAMS Automatic Audio Mastering System

Brandon Drury —  June 16, 2008

We have just added the new AAMS Automatic Audio Mastering System forum to at the request of RR member, Ruzz. I debated back and forth whether this one program required an entire forum, but what the hell! I went for it.

Does AAMS Automatic Audio Mastering System Work?
I have to admit that I was at first very skeptical about “automatic” anything working in regard to music recording. I’ve learned over the years that nothing is automatic. Little can be predicted. You just have to dive in and fight your way out of every audio engineering cock fight you find yourself in. That’s been my experience anyway.

The notion of copying a “curve” or “reference” from a big boy major label band and magically applying that to my mixes does have an appeal to it, but does it actually work? It sounds like some sort of communist utopia where everyone works together for the common good of everyone, but I can’t help but wonder if there is a Joseph Stalin behind all of this.

I’ll let you decide for yourself what you think of the AAMS Automatic Audio Mastering System. You can read my opinions, praises (when does that happen?), and complaints on the AAMS Forum. If nothing else, you can go on there and rant about how stupid the idea is.


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Brandon Drury quit counting at 1,200 recorded songs in his busy home recording studio. He is the creator of and is the author of the Killer Home Recording series.

3 responses to New Forum For AAMS Automatic Audio Mastering System

  1. Works fine!
    Very excited about what I might be able to achieve in time.

  2. I use it on every song I do. Definitely worth every penny spent.

  3. sometimes i used for critical…
    i like to use it for suggestio…

    do it with analog eq and commpresor/brickwall
    suggestions from AAMS

    i think more dynamic than we used all from aams