Mastering your music will typically make it sound louder, warmer and way more professional.
Without wanting to get technical, mastering involves equalization and dynamic enhancement in order to improve the sound translation on all playback systems. Ok, I got technical! Simply put, a song is mastered at the final stage in the recording process and it adds a whole lot of oommph to the recording!
How is it achieved
Once your song is mixed, we run it through compressors, limiters, equalizers and other audio mastering gizmos to give it the polished sound. Mastering is not to be confused with magic. Many people hear the results and conclude that we must be wizards or magicians. Sadly not, it's all down to a trained ear and the right gear!
When is the master done?
The mastering is done at the final stage in the recording process in order to maximum audio and creative quality throughout the recording process. Almost all professional songs are created in the following way;
Remember, we provide high end recording, mixing and mastering facilities, allowing you to benefit from keeping the whole process under one roof, saving time and improving overall quality control within your music.
What mastering can't do
The mastering process can not change elements within a song, such as deleting a guitar part or turning down the vocals, because the master house only has the bounced individual file
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