Trauma EN - Mastering

MASTERING


WHAT IS MASTERING ?
Mastering is the last step before a record’s release by digital or physical means. This technical process consists in optimizing and homogenizing your track, increasing the volume, improving stereo imaging, controlling dynamics and make the listening the most similar possible on any audio system (Hifi speakers, car, headphones …)


All our mastering services are performed based on your needs and according to the chosen media delivery (CD, iTunes/Spotify, YouTube, Soundcloud …)

Based on what you want to achieve, your musical genre and your Mix, you’ll have several Mastering options, we invite you to choose from the list below what suits you best.
MASTERING


WHAT IS MASTERING ?
Mastering is the last step before a record’s release by digital or physical means. This technical process consists in optimizing and homogenizing your track, increasing the volume, improving stereo imaging, controlling dynamics and make the listening the most similar possible on any audio system (Hifi speakers, car, headphones …)


All our mastering services are performed based on your needs and according to the chosen media delivery (CD, iTunes/Spotify, YouTube, Soundcloud …)


Based on what you want to achieve, your musical genre and your Mix, you’ll have several Mastering options, we invite you to choose from the list below what suits you best.
STEREO

STEM

We only process your Mix as a stereo track. Stereo imaging and dynamic optimization, volume maximization, mono compatibility control. This option can be perfectly appropriate if your Mix is of very good quality.

Stem Mastering offers incomparable optimization possibilities allowing us to process more tracks (stems) than a stereo mastering. It enables us to perform in-depth processing, Mix adjustments and to correct potential flaws that are impossible to correct with stereo mastering.

HARD STEM

“STEMS” OPTION

Hard Stem Mastering allows an impressive volume increase (not without loosing dynamic range and adding distortion). It’s commonly used by EDM artists who want to push the Loudness limits further. Being both EDM producers, we’ll be able to meet your expectations

For an extra cost, we can deliver your Mastering in Native Instruments “STEMS” format. This can be very interesting if you plan to do a release in this format, so your song can be used by Djs in creative sets.

STEREO

We only process your Mix as a stereo track. Stereo imaging and dynamic optimization, volume maximization, mono compatibility control. This option can be perfectly appropriate if your Mix is of very good quality.

STEM

Stem Mastering offers incomparable optimization possibilities allowing us to process more tracks (stems) than a stereo mastering. It enables us to perform in-depth processing, Mix adjustments and to correct potential flaws that are impossible to correct with stereo mastering.

HARD STEM

Hard Stem Mastering allows an impressive volume increase (not without loosing dynamic range and adding distortion). It’s commonly used by EDM artists who want to push the Loudness limits further. Being both EDM producers, we’ll be able to meet your expectations

“STEMS” OPTION

For an extra cost, we can deliver your Mastering in Native Instruments “STEMS” format. This can be very interesting if you plan to do a release in this format, so your song can be used by Djs in creative sets.

PREPARE YOUR STEMS


In order to better prepare your stems for your mastering session, we provide to you a list of advices to follow to ensure its effective conduct, this to guarantee the highest quality of service.

PREPARE YOUR STEMS


In order to better prepare your stems for your mastering session, we provide to you a list of advices to follow to ensure its effective conduct, this to guarantee the highest quality of service.

Points to check out :
– All your stems have the same start point
– No stem is clipping

Format of your stems :
– Maximum resolution, preferably 24bits
– Bounced in wav or aiff
Original sampling frequency

Respect a syntax for your stems names :
“Artist_Title_Stem”
For example :
“Muse_PlugInBaby_Drums”
“Muse_PlugInBaby_Voices”

And a syntax for your folders names :
“Artist_Title_Tempo_Sampling frequency”
For example :
“Muse_PlugInBaby_135BPM_44Khz”

Points to check out :
– All your stems have the same start point
– No stem is clipping

Format of your stems :
– Maximum resolution, preferably 24bits
– Bounced in wav or aiff
Original sampling frequency

Respect a syntax for your stems names :
“Artist_Title_Stem”
For example :
“Muse_PlugInBaby_Drums”
“Muse_PlugInBaby_Voices”

And a syntax for your folders names :
“Artist_Title_Tempo_Sampling frequency”
For example :
“Muse_PlugInBaby_135BPM_44Khz”

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