Multifrequency Studio Mastering has been created to provide professional audio services for Music Producers, Record Labels, Movies and Cartoons..
Offering professional mastering services for all styles and Genres of music, and specializing in electronic music of all styles. The highest level of attention will be paid to your music.
Rate are generally 20$ per track. But cheaper rates are available depending on the Amount of work requested.
For First time Clients, will master 1 track free of charge, and in this way you can get an idea of what to expect, before entrusting me with your Album, Ep etc
Izotope Ozone Advanced Mastering Suite
Izotope RX Noise Reduction Suite
UAD Thunderbolt QUAD Satellite (3 total units / 12 total CPU chips)
Ampex ATR 102 Mastering Tape
API Vision Channel Strip
Elysia Alpha Compresso
SSL G-Bus Compressor
Shadow Hill Mastering Compressor
UAD Precision Maximizer
UAD Precision Limiter
UAD Precision K-Stereo Ambiance Recovery
Pultec Passive EQ Collection
Massenburg 5-band Parameteric EQ
Dangerous BAX Eq
Manley Massive Passive
Brainworx Digital V3 Eq
Sonnox Oxford Eq
Brainworx Refienment Sonnox Oxford Inflator
Little Labs VOG
Thermoionic Culture Vulture
SPL Vitalizer MK2-T
Ocean Way Reverb
EMT 250 Reverb
Lexicon 224 Reverb
EP-34 Tape Echo
Studio D Chorus
When Submitting music for mastering please take the following things into account:
1) What is the Bitrate of your track? Is it in 16, 24 or 32 bit? Please if possible bounce your tracks in 24 bit or 32 bit floating point. 16 bit is Really not adequate, but if that is the what the track was written at it will have to do.
The Sample rate of the File should also be exactly the same Sample rate at which the track was written.
Is your track written at 192khz? Then that is the sample rate of the file you send for mastering. If the track was written in 44.1khz, please send it in 44.1khz. Up-sampling a track from 44.1khz to 48, 96 or 192khz will NOT make it better.
2) Are there any limiters/compressors/plug-ins on the master Fader?
Please remove all plug-ins from the master fader before rendering tracks for mastering.
Equalizers, Compressors, Limiters, etc... Everything!
3) Is your track Clipping at any point? / Is there enough headroom?
Before rendering your track in 24 bit, Please ensure that the loudest point of the track is at or below -3db. This space between -3db and 0db (clipping), is called Headroom and is ABSOLUTELY required before Multifrequency Studio Mastering can properly Master you music.
Be especially careful if you have written or mixed the track with compression or other processing on the master fader, and have since removed it.
If there is anything in your track over 0db, you get what is called Digital Clipping, and this is unacceptable. If a client presents a track for mastering with Digital Clipping present anywhere throughout the media, They will be requested to render another version.
It can be very useful to load your Track back into your sequencer and look at the waveform to determine how much headroom you have.