Online Mastering – Online Mixing Audio Services
Online Mastering - Online Mixing
Online Mastering and Online Mixing - How It Works
Step 1 - Upload
The first step of online mastering or online mixing consists in sending your audio files. The operation is free (for mastering) and very simple, registration is not even required. Please follow carefully the 'Guidelines' section before posting your audio files.
Step 2 - Listen
Once you have sent the file, we need 48/72 hours to do our magic and send you a sample of the final work. This way you will have the opportunity to appreciate the quality of our online mastering service without any nasty surprises.
Step 3 - Buy (If you like it)
Now, if you like what you hear, you can proceed with the purchase. No up-front cost for mastering (50% up-front for mixing), you pay only if you are satisfied. If you have any doubt about our online mastering and mixing service, you can contact us anytime before buy, we will be happy to help you.
Online Mastering and Online Mixing - Our Services
The mixing process is a crucial step for the production of a hit song. While not sitting alongside our engineers, you will have the opportunity to add any information you think is necessary to achieve the desired result. References to other popular songs will be very useful to accommodate your needs. The online mastering process is not included.
If your song is already mixed, you just have to give it the last push to turn it into a product of professional quality. We at MastAndMix have the equipment and the know-how to make your mix a great track. As well as in the mixing process, we give you the opportunity to send us all the informations useful to get the desired end result, as if you were sitting next to us.
Online Stem Mastering
Stem mastering allows you to work in different ways on groups of separate tracks (vocals, kick, snare, bass, other drums, other instruments). The stem mastering allows you to work more accurately on individual instruments (or groups of instruments) without changing the whole track in its entirety (e.g. compress the snare, but not the guitar or voice).