Mastering is the final stage in the production process and ensures that the music fits together seamlessly and that it is presented with the best possible sound. It involves editing and compiling the required mixes and tracks in production order, cleaning the audio to remove any unwanted blemishes or corruptions and polishing the mixed files.
We work in our studios and externals studios to ensure the best results to our clients in function of his budgets.
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1) We recommend having at least -6/-4 db on the master bus.
It doesn’t have to be exactly at -6 but this is a good average that we recommend.
Don’t worry if it sounds quiet as we bring the volume up to a commercial loudness during mastering.
This just ensures that the track isn’t clipping when you send it to us and gives us enough headroom to master the track. (Don’t lower the master volume channel, Lower each individual track to get the correct volume).
Always import in the same sample rate of your arrangement, if you work in 16 bit 44,1 khz render in this rate.
Do NOT upload your tracks in mp3 format. We require this to maintain your tracks maximum quality. (WAV files 16 bit 44100 or higher)3) Tracks cannot have any limiters or maximizers on the Final Master Bus.You can leave all other effects but you must remove any limiter or maximizers on the final master channel.