FAQ

Mastering is the final step in bringing your recording to its optimum potential. It gives your music the professional commercial quality necessary to compete nationally and globally. No matter if your audio is planned for radio, CD/cassette duplication, CD Rom/ DVD authoring or publishing to the world wide web, it must be mastered to take full advantage of the media in which it is to be released.

We use industry standard plugins that you most likely don't have access to. Being certified in ProTools, WAVES, Melodyne, and Autotune gives us a better advantage as well. You will always have the input on the sound you're going for and we promise to make it happen or your money back!

Mixes are usually mixed completely then we rest our ears for a day and come back for anything we've missed, before the mix is finalized, we will send you the mix in WAV format for your review, if any changes will be made we will make them and send the mix back, this process repeats until you confirm the mix is complete. Masters are tested on over 2 pairs of high end monitors and numerous sound systems such as an iPod (mp3 player), car stereo, Laptop speakers and a boom box, to make sure you are getting the best possible sound on every playback device!

Mixing generally takes 3 days and mastering usually take 3-4 days for single songs, average is about 5-7 days. This is for your first mixes, completeion of the mix depends on how many revisions are needed after your review of the first mix, Also depnding on our current work load, the turnround time may be longer. Before making a purchase, please contact about the turnaround time for your project. Once complete It will then be emailed or uploaded to our shared folder.

Yes, it's true. We will continue to revise your mix / master until you are totally satisfied with the final result. Once you hear your mix or master, if there are things you want to change about it, simply call or email with your change requests and changes will be made.

Please contact us directly and we will give you a step by step guide on how to properly export your stems depending on which DAW you're using.