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After Payment you can directly pass your Username and Installcode, read for exact infomation to register AAMS by reading registration details or the registration page)
AAMS V3 windows software is Freeware, with encouragement for the Registered Version.
You can also use the AAMS Contact Page and ask for an invoice, be sure to add your own email adres.
Without any blocking of professional options a registered and licensed user can make full Pro use of all AAMS V3 Functions!
Registration Instructions :
Follow these instructions and Send us your Registration for a License!
You need to download AAMS (www.curioza.com) from the download page.
Then open the 'AAMS.zip' file and start 'AAMS V3 Setup.exe'.
When AAMS is fully installed, start AAMS.
Goto the - License - tab inside AAMS software to register.
(1) Fill in your username,
just type any name you like (example 'Denis van der Velde')
Copy your Username and (2) Copy the Installcode.
Send your Username (1) and Installcode (2) back to firstname.lastname@example.org
We will respond to your registration and payment by email with the corresponding keycode.
You are allready registered and you recieved the Keycode ?
Open AAMS Software, Fill in your username (1).
Fill in the Keycode (3) , for instance ' AAMS-XX-XX-XXX' (Example use your own Keycode instead).
Use the ' Registration' (4) button in the AAMS software About tab and follow instructions.
You are now a Registered and Full Professional AAMS user!
When you need a Keycode or need to send Username and Installcode, fill in the contact form.
User Review 51
I remember trying to use AAMS a couple years ago.
I liked the idea behind it. But I couldn't get it to do what I wanted, so I tossed it.
Now, I have been recording music for 30 years, so I trust my ears completely.
But not everything can be done "by ear", especially mastering.
What is important is how well something translates to all systems.
Certainly not the same art as mixing!
I recently came back to AAMS to give it a shot.
So what I do is take my final WAV and load it up in AAMS to render out a source file.
I then load that file up as the SOURCE for the program.
Then I choose a reference file according to what I am looking for.
In most cases, it is MODERN. Once that is loaded, AAMS shows me the preconfigured curve for a modern sound.
It compares it to my source file. I finally load up my WAV file under the EQ tab and AAMS automatically applies the changes on the fly.
Following the directions of the manual, I eventually render out a new EQ'd copy.
IN every single case, my files come out perfectly mastered to sound awesome on any system great or small.
This may be dependent upon the idea that I mix my material very well.
But the big question to ask here is "Can we actually rely upon the AAMS reference files?"
I truly believe we can. We can pick a few different ones to use and eventually we will come to know which ones work best for us.
But still, AAMS is dependent upon how much work you did beforehand.
After all, mastering is not the major part of making a demo. The hard work comes before that.