We have recently been getting asked some questions that we find have been asked to us more than once, so we compiled a list of frequently asked questions we receive about audio mastering and thought we’d share in hopes of helping you with your sound and future mastering projects. Also, we have some changes coming to our website including a redesign of our
The mastering process all begins with mixing, as there are several steps you can take when mixing your track to make for easier, cleaner, better mastering. You should do these whether you plan to master material yourself, or hand your project to a mastering engineer.
It’s a good idea to use
Some issues that came up in recent mastering projects were loudness and the maximization process. I wasn’t able to get a track sounding as best as I could because looking at the waveform it was playing at a constant -0db. This tells me that the track has already been limited and/or compressed before I had received it.
I just wanted to send a reminder out that light compression is
Hello again. I wanted to mention a couple things to my clients. First, I have added a clients page to our website @ www.darkroommastering.com/clients and would like to thank anybody who sent me their link to put on my page. I have added a few others that are worth noting, including some unsigned artists. So check it out if you have a chance. Make sure
We are pleased to announce the new site design for our company. The old layout was really old school and it’s a wonder how we have been able to do any business with that old thing, but now we have a fresh new look that more or less reflects our companies desire for clean, quality sound, professional services and dark motto style. The new site layout will