Its time to get serious about your music.
If this is your first time getting a song mixed or mastered, then you may have some questions as to what is going on when a studio or engineer says your track will be mastered. During the mastering process, the tracks are polished off as a whole for a finished product. An engineer can cancel out unwanted noise build up or unwanted frequencies that were difficult to tame in the mix; this can be cleaned up by knowing what to look for and what tools to use. Mastering can expand the width or size of the stereo image. Precise ears can expand the mix and balance a song to sound great across the many different types of speakers people will play your audio through. And the final step, loudness. Making your song loud enough to compete with music you hear on the radio is also one of our priorities within Mastering.
$50 - $120
Mastering Done Right
When your song is going in for Mastering, you can be assured it’s going to get the final touches it needs and deserves. Our Mastering Engineer’s know the demand and sound for different music around the world. You can expect punchy, clear and exciting results. Every mix is treated with analog shaping techniques, analog plugins and analog converters to give it the final warm low punch it needs.
We also offer Stem Mastering, which allows us to more so “Mix” the very important elements in your song (Acapella and Instrumental) together before proceeding with mastering. This allows for a very effective option for dialing in your sound.
Mastering an entire album can go a few extra steps, especially if the final mixes were done in a few different places or by different engineers. When mastering an entire album, you want to have a common ambience across the whole album. All the songs need to sound just as loud as the others; no unintentional differences of frequency control can be present; and it ultimately needs to sound like one cohesive album and not a bunch of songs on a mix tape.