||How to get my LUFS lower than my RMS
| br>Hello everybody.
I have a question which I have not found any answer to on the whole internet.
I produce progressive house.
When my mix is ready, I usually have a crest factor of 12dB. (Peak -8dB, RMS -20dB)
Now, when I go to the mastering stage, IT IS IMPOSSIBLE to get the LUFS lower than the RMS.
I ALWAYS end up with these levels:
The problem is that when I load professionally mastered progressive house into my DAW, I can see that when their LUFS hits -8.0dB, the RMS can sometimes be -6,0dB or even higher!
How is this possible? I would be SO thankful if somebody would like to explain this bulls**t for me. I have been scratching my head for so long to get these levels.
I know that my levels are enough, but I am so obsessed with this right now br> br>
| br>You have to look at how LUFS is calculated. I forget the details, but it does some cute calculations about where the floor sits compared to where the spikes sit. They're probably gaming that calculation, at a guess. br> br>
| br>you do the mastering by yourself? br> br>
| br>Hermetech Mastering
| br>How does it sound?
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