Dj Mixtape Mastering
Price = € 50 (excluding V.A.T.)
How to Order DJ Mixtape Mastering
We can make it even make it better and make it sound more consistent.
The maximum length for a mixtape is around 60 minutes.
The Mastering Portfolio
The mastering Portfolio gives a global overview about the EDM (Electronic Dance Music) tracks and styles we have mastered in the past.
This portfolio does not contain the high-quality masters produced by us, because most of the previews you can listen online are soundcloud and beatport streams.
The mastering portfolio is also a place for producers to get more exposure on there mastered tracks by AudiobyRay.
If you did get your track mastered by us and like to have it in the mastering portfolio for extra exposure, let us know.
Mastering can do a lot for your song but it really can’t fix it. This has to do with several factors. For starters, a mastering engineer deals with a track on macro levels. It can not effectively fix issues on a micro level. As you can probably imagine, mastering can’t add delays to just your vocal track. Despite the skills and experience of a mastering engineer, getting a good result naturally also depends on the material they have to work with.
- Emphasize or reduce frequencies to improve the overall mix.
- Fix problematic frequencies and improve imbalances missed in the mixing process.
- Create tonal balance, so there is an even distribution of frequencies.
- Manage dynamics, control transient spikes, and glue tracks.
Now, if you’ve never heard of LANDR before, it’s basically an online, automated mastering service. So, it doesn’t use human beings on the back end; it’s driven by an algorithm. You basically upload your tracks to this service and it automatically masters them, and then it allows you to download them instantly.
There is some debate of whether or not sending music into a professional mastering studio is a necessity. If the mix does not need any modifying : it is at a perfect volume level, fades are well done, EQ is consistent throughout, compression is right on, etc.; then there is no need for mastering.
Mastering is the final step of audio post-production. The purpose of mastering is to balance sonic elements of a stereo mix and optimize playback across all systems and media formats. Traditionally, mastering is done using tools like equalization, compression, limiting and stereo enhancement.