Music and Recording
When mixing is finished, that’s the time to shift gears into mastering — the final process that your music undergoes before distribution. Its primary aim is to polish your mix to its finest presentation and prepare it for distribution on CD, vinyl, or the internet. Basically, mastering makes your mixes wider, louder, clearer, punchier, and sound good on all systems. It’s a process where we take the stereo mix and apply additional EQ, Compression, Widening algorithms, and any other enhancing/corrective measures that we need to use to get the mix to knock even more than the final mix does.