$10 Per Song Online Audio Mastering Sale!
The 50% off sale has been extended through the end of the year!
Begin by sending me one of your mixed songs for a FREE TEST MASTER SAMPLE using the form below and experience the Music Guy Mastering difference today. (If the form below doesn’t work for you, submit via the directions on the free test master page.)
What is Music Guy Mastering?
Music Guy Mastering offers 8 years of experience in audio mastering and every project is handled personally by Tony, the “Music Guy” himself!
Through doing a bit of research, you’ll find that Music Guy Mastering offers some of the most inexpensive mastering services to be found on the net.
Check out my mastering rates section for more information and be sure to check out my mastering FAQ section, as well, so that you know what I need from you in order to hand you over the best possible finished and mastered audio.
Additionally and very important for anyone interested in seeing/hearing what I’m all about, you can get a free test master sample of one of your songs so that you can hear the difference before moving forward with me. And if you’re still unclear on what exactly the somewhat nebulous “audio mastering” even is, read on!
What is Audio Mastering?
Audio mastering is the crucial final step after you’ve gotten your final mixes together but before you start putting your music online or on CD. The purpose of mastering is threefold:
- First, and most importantly, the purpose of audio mastering is to make your music sound better than you ever could have imagined. I use various tools and plugins, analog and digital, to achieve that professional sound your music has been missing to make it stand up next to radio hits of today, and getting the best sound possible and overwhelming the client with quality is really my main objective.
- Secondly, the purpose is to create unity between the various songs of a record and create a final product. When you’re mastering a full record, you can have individual songs which were recorded in a wide array of different environments and perhaps even with different producers. At the very least, every song will be mixed down to different levels. It’s the mastering engineer’s job to create a unified flow and relation between the songs which make up a record to turn it into that final product.
- Lastly, for clients who are interested in a physical release of their music, I also create the finished project which is sent off to the CD or vinyl replication plant. Depending on the medium, this can mean nitty gritty things like setting how songs flow into one another, the space between songs, setting the overall output (volume) level of the CD to be on par with other commercial releases, making sure the CD adheres to RedBook standards, and even adding information to a CD like ISRC codes.
In short, the audio mastering engineer has a lot of responsibilities as the last one to affect the music before it’s either released digitally or before it gets sent off to be replicated for a physical release. The engineer ensures that everything is just right, otherwise it’s a costly mistake.
What Sets Music Guy Mastering Apart?
Rates – My rates are the lowest you’ll find in the online world of audio mastering. Refer to my mastering rates section for the latest updated rates.
Experience – I have 8 years of experience in mastering audio in all genres for artists large and small the world over.
Quality – The quality speaks for itself. Find out for yourself for free by submitting one of your tracks for a free, no obligation sample.