Mastering

It’s not an optional step, 
Whether it’s a CD or a digital download, your CD or Album isn’t ready for release until it’s been professionally mastered. 
it’s an essential part of releasing a CD or Album. Every song released on a major label is professionally mastered, 
And it’s a step that an independent artist may be tempted to skip. 
You’ve poured your heart and sole into your music, and likely spent thousands of dollars in the process. 
Lee uses specially designed equipment, software, and speakers to access and correct problems within each song. 
Lee has worked with some of the most iconic artists around the world. 
During the mastering process there are many adjustments that are made depending on the musical genre, instruments, and mixed levels.

What We Do

We take your tracks and make them sound like you always wanted them to sound, Huge and Full. With all the Punch and Depth your music deserves. • Adjusting Individual Frequencies • Balancing Left and Right Stereo Channels • Equalizing The Sound of Each Track • Compressing and Limiting the Overall Sound Level • Automating Compression and/or Equalization • Adding Dithering • Add or Correct Improper Fades • Set Spacing Between Track • Adding ISRC Codes for Distribution Rights • Adding CD-Text Information (Artist, Title, Track Names, etc) • Create CUE Files for CD Replication or Duplication • Creation of a Master Disk

Lets Get Started

You must supply a mixed down, stereo master in one of the formats below. We recommend a hi-resolution format such as WAV or AIFF files at 24-bit/44.1K or higher sampling rates can be submitted in order to achieve the best results from the mastering process. *Compressed file formats such as MP3, AAC, or WMA files are not acceptable as a source for mastering. *It is recommended that processes such as compression, limiting, maximizing, etc. not be applied on the stereo buss during mix down. A master that arrives already compressed and or limited greatly reduces the ability to deliver the best sounding master possible. Masters with excessive level, clipping or audible distortion may also prevent us from mastering your project to its fullest potential. Leaving 3 - 4 dbs of headroom during mix down is a good rule to follow to avoid clipping and distortion on your master. We can accept your master on one of the following formats: • Audio CD •Data Files (wav, aiff) on CD-R, DVD-R, flash drive, or via upload • Mini Disk


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