Mastering is the final step in the music production process. It’s the process of preparing a song for release by making sure it sounds good on all playback systems and is consistent with other songs in the genre.
As a mastering engineer I use a variety of tools to achieve this, such as EQ, compression, limiting, and other effects. I also make sure the levels of on each of the songs on an album are balanced. During mastering I can also remove noise such as clicks, pops, hiss, and hum without affecting the music.
Mastering can make a big difference in the overall sound of a song. It can make it sound more professional, polished, and competitive. If you’re serious about your music, it’s worth investing in mastering.
Please contact Nate@frequencyfarmrecordingstudio.com with any notes about your audio mastering project.
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