Looking to get music mastered?
A final pair of ears is crucial
A lot of mixing engineers prefer having their work mastered by another person, even when they can do that job themselves. That's because the clarity and perspective that a mastering engineer has upon freshly listening to a mix can be a gamechanger in taking it to its full potential.
Subtle but Crucial
Mastering might seem like too subtle of a process, since it's not as obvious of a task as mixing. Truth is, great sounding mixes can often be completely unprepared for playing in real-world circumstances. Mastering's gentle changes can be the difference between a song getting lost in the middle of a playlist or allowing its sound to sparkle.
How to Book
- Fill out and copy this form with your track info/album's lineup and any relevant texts on the musical and sonic concept.
- Email it to email@example.com
- Contact through social media
total per track/song
Extras cost (per track/song):
- Stem Mastering: +20€
- Stereo 16bit/24bit Masters
- Seamless album cut + Singles Export
If you're wondering what Stem Mastering is, it basically entails sending the master engineer the mix in multiple tracks (stems) instead of a stereo file. I think Stem mastering can be a great option if you want to allow the mastering engineer some creative freedom. That can be an especially good decision if you mix your own material.
If you have any questions, refer to the the Q&A links below. If you'd like to chat, email/message me, I'm always happy to listen to your music, offer feedback or strike a new musical friendship.
QUESTIONS & ANSWERS:
What is mixing? What is mastering?
Why should I get a mixing or mastering engineer to work on my music?