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It depends on how the "length" is measured. Exactly where does a song "end" that is faded out at the tail (as most popular music seems to be)? Or classical music where the venue ambience is included at the end? Also it depends on whether they are measuring from the start to the start of the next song (i.e. including the inter-song gap). It doesn't seem ...


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Have you looked into Iain McGregor's course at Edinburgh Napier University, UK? Although he is listed as a lecturer conducting research into sound design and listening, there may be other courses offered alongside that fit your needs: https://www.napier.ac.uk/people/iain-mcgregor Here in the USA, I can recommend the Music Production and Engineering program ...


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There's a Compressor by FMR audio, called RNC , this compressor has a "Super-Nice" Mode , while this is not a 100% limiter, a limiter is just a very fast compressor (in simple terms). So , i have no exact reference to something called "Staged limiting" , but when we use the word "Staged" in audio we mean a process that's happening step by step , for example ...


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Sometimes labels re-record the same song for licencing purposes... it can mean, for example, they don't have to pay the backing musicians royalties - or they re-do something because it turns out a sample wasn't cleared. The main vocal might be patched back in from the original, or even re-recorded. It can arise when a track was initially released with low ...


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Okay i'm a jerk :p I just realized that i had left a 3 Band EQ on my master for when I was trying to see if i had enough presence in each 3 bands in my song. even though each band was at unity gain i suppose there's a little bit of resonance between each band and that was causing the discrepancy hehe woops :)


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Edinburgh Napier has an online Sound Design Master's: http://www.courses.napier.ac.uk/SoundDesign_W56742.htm


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