MASTERING

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After you have mixed your project you need to prepare a master. The master will have all your tracks in order with a set time between them and a relative listening level that allows you to listen to the whole CD without  having to adjust the tone or volume. Ideally the whole project should sound as though it was recorded in the same studio on the same day. As a project is recorded, the tonal sound of each track will vary, depending on the studio, engineer, producer, or in what order they were recorded. Mastering resets the levels and tones to make the best possible listening experience and even if the tracks vary in sound and style, they should flow together smoothly.

Here at Total Sound we have the experience and audio tools to make your tracks shine. We will help you choose an effective track order and tailor the sound to give you continuity and  the best listening experience possible, whatever the style.

Here are some examples of what is possible:

A file as it was before mastering

The same part of the original track

After processing

So Yesterday backing

Quando backing

Wake up midi 

Locomotion backing

So Yesterday original

Quando Original

Wake up Original

Locomotion Original

So Yesterday backing New

Quando backing new

Wake up midi new 

Locomotion backing new