We offer digital and analogue Mastering for 40 Euros (or 55 US Dollars) per track for artists planning to submit their music to a record label or to radio stations, distribute their music online or get their own CDs or vinyl pressed. Discounts for mastering of complete albums are available on request.

Equipment Excerpt:

  • Soundcraft Ghost 32 Channel analogue recording console
  • UREI 1178
  • ADR Gemini
  • ADR Scamp System
  • DBX Compressors
  • K&H UE400
  • UAD Satellite
  • Metric Halo interface
  • Mic Mix Master Room XL
  • Roland RE-501
  • Ursa Major Space Station
  • Stocktronics Plate Reverb
  • SwissEcho
  • Dimension D
  • Eventide DSP7600
  • Deltalab acoustic computer

How to Prepare a Track for Mastering:

  • Remove all processing from the Master channel
  • Check your export setting to make sure that any Normalise or Dither options are turned off
  • Tracks should be exported as Wav- or Aiff-files at 44.1 kHz/16bit or higher
  • Be sure to leave at least 3 dB of headroom (The loudest part of your song on the master channel should read -3.0 dB)
  • Tracks “Artist/Band Name - Track Name”

It will generally take us about a week to send you back the mastered tracks. In case it takes longer we will let you know beforehand. The masters will be returned as 44.1 kHz, 16bit Wav-files unless otherwise specified. If you’d like another format (Aiff, AAC, FLAC, or MP3), please let us know in advance.

If you want us to make changes after listening to the masters on as many playback sources as possible, we will do one revision for free. If you require more, you can purchase additional mastering time. If you change the original stereo mixes to be re-mastered, it counts as an extra track and will be charged at the full mastering rate.

To Improve Your Music the Mastering Engineer Can:

  • Raise the overall level
  • Balance song levels and EQ individual tracks for cohesion
  • Correct minor flaws in the mix with equalisation
  • Improve flow by changing the pause between tracks
  • Eliminate noise between tracks
  • Make your music sound good on any sound system at any volume

So mastering is not about making your music sound as loud as possible, but as good as possible while making your tracks louder without losing its dynamics.

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