Are you a professional audio engineer?
Yes. I have a diploma in Audio Engineering and I work as a ´Soundman´ for more than 20 years.
What is the turnaround time for mastering?
I usually deliver one mastering within 24-48 hours. For bigger projects like full albums and EPs please fill out the form on my homepage and you will receive all the details to your email.
Can I ask for mastering revisions?
Yes! Generally, you may ask for 3 revisions however it is important for me that you will be satisfied, therefore I will work until you are.
How much does a mastering cost?
For an updated and full price list please fill out the form on my homepage and you will receive it immediately via email.
Are there flexible prices for full albums and EPs?
Yes! Full albums and EPs are discounted. For an updated and full price list please fill out the form on my homepage and you will receive it immediately via email.
What file formats should I upload?
All files should be WAV or AIFF files at a minimum of 44.1 kHz 16 bit.
For full albums and EPs upload all files in ONE folder labeled with your artist name. Also, please label the songs with the corresponding order number in the album for example:
1 -SONG TITLE, 2 - SONG TITLE etc.
MP3 and M4A files are not recommended for mastering but if you have an MP3 or M4A file that you want to use, please DO NOT convert them to WAV or AIFF, it is better to send them as is and mention this in the uploading files form.
How can I contact you?
Please see my contact page for all contact options. You can schedule a call with me, send me an email or somply call and I promise to answer fast.
How and when do I pay?
The payment is done at the end of the job and before receiving the final audio files.
You will get an invoice to pay online, you can use PayPal and all big credit cards like Visa and Mastercard. Contact me for other options like a bank tranfser.
How to prepare files for mastering?
1. Remove all plugins from the master channel in your DAW
2. Export/bounce your mix to a stereo file using the same bit rate of your session
3. Files should be WAV or AIFF
4. Label the songs with the corresponding order number in the album for example "1 - SONG TITLE"