This is an in-depth review of the Waves Plugin, Abbey Road TG Mastering Chain.
Mastering is one of the final and most important stages of the recording process. Mastering your music and audio files is essential to getting it sounding as good as it can be. This article will take a closer look at Abbey Road TG Mastering Chain by Waves Plugins, which is an equally elegant and powerful mastering suite. The article will include a rundown on what we like, what we don’t like, and how it compares to other products in the same category.
Start with the pros of using the Abbey Road TG Mastering Chain.
- It gives you control over the final sound.
- It has plenty of presets and presets to choose from.
- You can get it for free as a trial version for 30 days, limiting your costs in the long run.
- Its interface is clean and user-friendly, making it easy to get your ideas across. If you’re not that into the whole mastering process but want something to give your mixes a little bit of polish, this is among the best options available today at its price point.
- The Waves plug-ins in this mastering chain are all excellent and there is no noticeable difference between them.
The Cons of the Abbey Road TG Mastering Chain:
- The presets have a certain amount of randomness in them, which could leave your mixes feeling a little flat. For example, if you go with the “Dark and Sexy” preset, you might end up with a very dripped, electronic sound to your music.
- It’s designed around the context of Traktor Scratch Pro 2 or Ableton Live Lite and doesn’t work with other DJ software such as Protools or FL Studio, so expect to be limited to using this with that particular DJ platform for now on.