This I know about, I can't figure out a lot of the midi stuff you cats do but this is my ground and I own it.
I own a studio, I do mixing, mastering and every now and then....remastering.
Some of you have heard my mixing & mastering here but here is a piece I remastered. It is the 'Overture to William Tell'. This recording is from 1957. I cleaned it up, did some stereo tricks, EQ tricks, effect tricks and compression tricks to it and this what I got. I did this 4 years ago and I have new tricks now but just have not had the time to redo this track.
Remastering is way different than mixing & mastering. With mixing & mastering I have full control over all the tracks, I can make them do what I want to get the sound I want. Remastering isn't like that. I have all the tracks together/ mixed down, so I can't deal with individual tracks/instruments but I can work with the frequencies that they are on and tweak them. That is what I did here.
To hear my mixing and mastering, I posted my arrangement , performance, recording and engineering of Silent Night in the listening room.
If you have questions about mixing & mastering, feel free to ask. These things I can answer....midi stuff....not so much. LOL
PS..spelling is optional right now....my cat is wanting attention and walking on the keyboard.
If the music dose not move you then you need to start over, you did something wrong. Hippieism.