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All tracks on the album have been put through Multimaximiser by waves. Although in general the tracks sound punchy, loud and generally great, for some reason, at some points in some of the tracks, the song will lose all presense and top range frequencies for about two seconds then whoosh back to normal again. This is not a pre-mastering problem, as such issues cant be heard before the mastering process. Please help. Shane

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