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Mastering Noise
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So through my limited experience of mastering House and Techno music from years gone by, the techniques for "noise" are obviously quite different.

Maximising impact levels, distortion and clipping are now OK

But you still want it to sound "good"?

Loudness is obviously a big factor.

Subtle use of stereo separation / panning and volume control can make big differences.

Analysis of a tracks waveform is a big indicator of where you are at and what can be increased.  Audacity has both waveform and spectrum analysis as free tools.

Will add more thoughts here and hoping for more hints & tips from others
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