What is mastering and what is it for?
Mastering - this is the final stage of the track processing, performed after mixing the project. It allows you to adjust frequencies, dynamics, eliminate minor resonances, work with a stereo field, and increase the perceived volume. When performing the work, the style of the composition, the quality of the source and the wishes of the client are taken into account. We provide a free demo version for classical mastering, so that you can listen to how the track will sound with our processing, as well as give comments from a specialist in mixing errors (if any). Check out the publicly available examples below ->
How much are the services?
When ordering mastering an album (from 7 tracks) 6-8 days
Price for 1 track 24 hours to complete!
Processing 5 mixed project groups (for example: bass and drum, percussion, effects, instruments, vocals)
STEM MASTERING ALBUM
When ordering an album (from 7 projects) Up to 5 project groups
What is the difference between mastering and stem mastering?
Mastering - this is work on a mixed track. Stem mastering - This is the processing of project groups (up to 5 tracks). How it works: in the project where the mixing was performed, the instrumental parts are divided into groups (for example: bass, kick, percussion, instruments and vocals), which are exported and transferred to our mastering engineer. He processes them and then performs general mastering. Stem mastering allows you to work out the frequency and dynamic sections of your track in more detail.