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which will open a new link for you to upload your audio to send to us. We will master your mix and send you a sample of your audio so you can hear the incredible difference, FOR FREE.
What is mastering???? Simply put, Mastering finalizes your mixed audio by making it big, bright and beautiful. Your source material is processed using equalization, compression, limiting, noise reduction and other processes. This mastered source material is also put in the proper order at this stage and processed so each track title and artist will display when played on a digital player (CD Player, MP3, Radio, etc.) More tasks such as editing, pre-gapping, leveling, fading in and out, noise reduction and other signal restoration and enhancement processes can be applied as part of the mastering stage.
The process of audio mastering varies depending on the specific needs of the audio to be processed. Steps of the process typically include but are not limited to the following:
Transferring the recorded audio tracks into the Digital Audio Workstation.
Sequence the separate songs or tracks (the spaces in between) as they will appear on the final product (for example, an audio CD).
Process or "sweeten" audio to maximize the sound quality for its particular medium.
Transfer the audio to the final master format
Those four steps in the Mastering process can be the difference between the audio sounding just good, rather than GREAT!!! Listeners of mastered audio say:
“Yeah, that sounds great!” Or, “Wow, amazing sound, YOU GOT THE GIG!” Or, “Yeah, we can put that on the radio.” Or, “That sound is incredible, I’d like to talk to you about putting you on our label!”
Download our sample audio clips and compare unmastered to mastered. Once you hear the difference, you'll understand the importance of the audio mastering process.
Mastering is $50 per song or $400 per album. The best in the business. Others "say" they can master, we guarantee our work in any listening environment - the club, the car, the radio, the iPod...