As a musician or engineer working on music, you need the best sound possible when releasing material to the public. To audio master a mix towards a professional commercial quality recording and to create a sound for all audio speaker systems is a difficult and time consuming task.
This is where AAMS steps in and takes control! Process any kind of music or audio, process your own music or mixes.
AAMS is windows software for Fully Automatic Audio Mastering. Get your music to sound good without a hassle! Featuring 100 Band Equalizer, 8 Multiband Compression, Balancing and Loudness settings for internal DSP Processing with all audio corrections automaticly done purely inside the AAMS Program. Also AAMS installs a Reference Database of 200+ Musical styles. Creating your own personal sound! Making the mastering process easy and less time consuming, having a good overall commercial sound quality, to process your Mix to a commercial great sounding Master.
Now you can listen to what you expect!
Freeware to Download, with high encouragement to Register for AAMS V3 full professional version. Registration ensures users to upgrade to AAMS V3 full version and all options opened and having full control! Fill in our contact form for registrations or questions.
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User Review 38
I downloaded this to see what all the excitement is about. For the record, my knowledge of mastering is limited, but I do know that you should get your recording to sound as good as possible before sending it out to an ME. So far, I'm most intrigued by the spectrum analyzer. I've always felt that my recordings are lacking in a proper frequency balance, so this should be a big help. Not because I want to match frequencies, but because if can hear that something's not quite right with my mix, this might at least point me in the right direction. My plan is to adjust the frequencies in the mix to keep them more in line with the suggested spectrum, and then listen to it from there, not to follow it religiously. I'm kind of looking at it as a learning tool rather than an automated ME. Incidentally, to check the validity of at least the spectrum suggestions, I had it analyze a commercially released song by prog giants Yes. Using the Instrumental Rock file for the reference, the results were virtually identical.