How Are MasterCheck and EXPOSE Different from One Another?

At first glance, it can seem like MasterCheck and EXPOSE do the same things. They both measure peaks and LUFs, right?

But they’re really geared towards different parts of the mastering process.

MasterCheck Pro is terrific when you’re in your DAW working on the master. If I’m in my studio working on a song, I want to have MasterCheck in front of me.

EXPOSE is ideal for double-checking different versions of your master.

So before I send a draft to a client, I’ll throw it into EXPOSE. If it shows any issues, I know I need to make some adjustments before hitting send.

Basically, they’re both great for different parts of the process.

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