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Justin Boland

Sure it can: badly.

Looking forward to all the crappy mixes I used to have in my inbox being limited to +6db by an algorithm, though! That'll be a brave new world for sure.

Or maybe just the same crap, louder.

Dave Anderson

Ran my bands music through it that I had mastered by different engineers over the years out of curiosity. I was shocked at the results. Just terrible. They haven't even gotten close! At least I didn't have to pay for it... I was joking with some friends earlier about it and one of them sent me this funny image, which I think sums it up nicely: http://s27.postimg.org/s3gxg2vj7/Landred.jpg

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