can maximize the potential of your recordings and give you or your
band the competitive edge needed in today's marketplace. Mastering
is the final stages before your project is manufactured. Great care
is taken to see that your project is carefully processed.
is an art into the final creative process of your recording project.
In these final stages, crucial steps are taken to enhance, level,
balance, equalize and smooth out your recording so that the entire
album becomes sonically unified. It also becomes the first stage
of the manufacturing process.
perspective of the Mastering Engineer is to carefully review the
music material presented and determine if the mix can be improved
in terms of Clarity, Unity and Emotion. It also provides for a fresh
unbiased opinion of the mix.
is an acronym for a "Pre Master CD", when used for the
manufacturing or replication of CD's. The "Master" in
which is referred, in manufacturing terms is a "Glass Master"
is the name of the CD-DA (CD-Digital Audio) standard as originally
defined by Sony and Phillips. It defines the format that a CD
must have in order to be played on an audio CD player, and describes
what a CD player must do to in order to properly play audio CD's.
Any CD which is Red Book Compliant, can be played on any commercial
audio CD player.
A Manufacturing process in which a laser burns the information
from a PMCD to a blank CD or CD Rom. This process is widely used
to make lower quantity runs.
A factory manufacturing process where the raw CD material is injection
molded into a "Glass Master" and pressed into a CD.
This process is usually reserved for production runs over 1,000
supplying your project's Mix production Master, we would prefer
it to be on DAT, but a CD is also OK. Please avoid handling
or playing the CD.
Project Mastering Package
of up to 4 songs or 18 minutes of program material
Session time not to exceed 3 hours
proof reference CD Mailed to client
PMCD Master in presentation case
PMCD Studio Backup
Full length Recordings
sessions exceeding the time limit
prices valid from January, 2009 and based upon cash type sale. Credit
card, C.O.D. and money orders accepted.
are some examples of before-and-after projects we have worked on,
to give you a better understanding of what we can achieve on your