Ted_H wrote on 7/17/2002, 2:23 PM
There is TONS of useful information about all aspects of recording here:

zemlin wrote on 7/26/2002, 8:13 PM
Izotope's OZONE is a pretty popular mastering tool. As soon as I have a spare $200 I'm getting a copy.
TheDraggon wrote on 7/29/2002, 10:09 PM
If you've got the dough, Waves mastering plugins are cream o'the crop, and their documentaion is so thorough, that it's like getting a mastering course with the software.
On a less expensive note, T Racks 24 has also given me excellent results.

The Draggon
MacMoney wrote on 7/29/2002, 10:49 PM
If you have the $
Waves L1 or L2
Vintage Warmer
Wave Hammer

sorry I never tried T Racks, I've heard good things though.

George Ware
PipelineAudio wrote on 7/30/2002, 11:44 AM
Yup, check out Ozone. They even have a really nice guide at their site to read.
SHTUNOT wrote on 7/30/2002, 12:05 PM
I'll swear by the PSP Vintage Warmer!!! That is definitely one of the best plugins to come around as of late.
VU-1 wrote on 8/3/2002, 5:45 PM
Yes, definite on the PSP VW. HOWEVER - don't expect to just pull it up and apply it with superb results. It is a complex plug and will require much time to learn how to use it properly.