Analogue mastering is the process of editing music recordings on analogue equipment such as tape machines or outboard effects units to improve the sound quality and optimise the music for release on various media such as CD, vinyl or streaming platforms. It is often described as warmer and more natural compared to digital mastering.
Delivery: stereo material as wav, aiff in 24 bit /44khz or higher
with analogue outboard equipment from API, TEGELER AUDIOMANUFAKTUR, DRAWMER etc.
on request on 1/2 inch analogue tape from BASF (=€50.00 net)
loud or soft as desired, in any case melodious or = radio-suitable
Per title: € 50.00 net flat rate
Send me a demo, I'll do a test mastering, and if you like it, you can commission me to master your single, album or live recording. There are so many possibilities, and I don't want to go into a lot of technical blah-blah at this point (others have already done that enough, if you google around).
The decisive criterion is: Does the music sound better afterwards? Do the feelings come across correctly? I can guarantee that for 90% of all mixdowns - the last 10% are rather restoration stories, which I also like to do (e.g. pimping recordings from 1/2-inch tape or mp3's).
Delivery: up to 20 tracks divided into groups, e.g. drum, bass, instruments, main vocals, choir, effects plus raw mix or master for orientation.
Stem mastering allows for a much more precise intervention in the sound and the results are often even better than with pure stereo mastering.
If possible, the client is present on site, or rounds of changes are arranged. For more information please call: 0152-33593846
|2 hours||120,00 € netto|
Price net plus 19 % VAT.
There are also different approaches to mastering. Digital and analogue or preferably both!
Digital mastering is the process of editing music recordings with digital tools and plug-ins to improve the sound quality and optimise the music for release on various media such as CD, vinyl or streaming platforms. It allows for precise adjustments and greater control over timbre compared to analogue mastering.
Good preparation and clear agreements help in any case to achieve a professional sound. It is also important to take the time a song or an album needs to be released for eternity in this "digital" world.