Mastering at AudiopleXus
Audio mastering and CD mastering in an studio. So what is mastering? Every major label release is mastered to prepare it for radio play and retail sale. The reason? In the studio you record one song at a time, resulting in songs that all peak at different levels and have different EQs. A mastering engineer can unify your album with skillful use of EQ, gain, and compression to give it a consistent sound from track to track. This process also allows the mastering engineer to pump up the volume of your overall album so it’s as hot as can be and make it sound unbelievable. Mastering, by technical definition, is the actual process of creating the stampers that are used to press the vinyl discs. The mastering process has evolved over the years to follow the changes in commercially released technology from the original 78 rpm discs. These changes include 33 1/3 and 45 rpm discs, audio cassettes, 8 track tapes, CD's, mini discs and mp3s. Each emerging technology presented new options to the consumer and new challenges to the mastering engineer. In the professional recording studios, the emergence of the analog tape machine in the 1950s changed the way records were made forever. The process of recording to analog tape removed many technical limitations of recording directly to a lacquer and added an important new job, the transfer engineer. The transfer engineer's job is what we commonly call today, the mastering engineer. Mastering also requires the asessment of time between tracks. The default is 2 seconds, but the flow of the CD may require adjustments. For instance when two upbeat songs appear simultaneously, you may want a smaller break. When a slower track follows an upbeat track, it may require a larger break for the listener to let go of the first and be ready to accept the slower song, plus the longer break is a forebearer of what's to come. When one song fades out you may want the next song to jump in right away, if it is an upbeat song, for the surprise and energey it may create. If a song fades in, you may want to start it right away, especially if the previous song was upbeat. CD mastering studio, AudiopleXus is an online audio mastering or attended session in the studio. AudiopleXus studio offer professional CD mastering and audio mastering at very low rates in a very technically advanced pro audio engineering facility with editing in a comfortable state of the art, high-end set up in central London, England. UK. The complexity and variety of equipment allows our engineer to work on a wide variety of projects in all genres of styles in both analogue and digital setup. Our mission is to try to help you achieve your goals whatever the budget or requirements for your music audio music mastering. Everything is done to perfection while still keeping the artist's vision and sound, mastered for cd duplication or replication manufacturing. This site contains all the information you need if you want to work with AudiopleXus. Our engineer has more than 27 years world-wide experience in the U.K. USA. and Europe as sound consultant for record labels. Audio restoration is also available. On a budget it's not always very possible to use another high-end mastering studio facility with some of the best world best audio music mastering engineers, so by using AudiopleXus studio you can reach the Professional level you need.