Mix feedback, revision, masters in hi-res and masters optimized for streaming platforms are included in the standard rates for mastering.
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Masterenzo Mastering is approved by Apple to deliver masters that meet the Apple Digital Master specification.
The Masterclass is a three hour private session in the studio in which I will elaborate on the process of mastering. Workflow, (analog) processing and file delivery for vinyl, streaming or CD will come across during the session.
Don't expect to become a mastering engineer in a day but see it as a fun day where knowledge, coffee and a look inside the mastering kitchen will provide you the basics of the craft.
The Masterclass is also available as an online meeting with the possibility to invite multiple attendees.
Creative learning platform Everlearn asked me to record an online mastering course on video here in the studio. In little over four hours I explain what mastering is, what the importance is of a good monitoring environment and what tools I use during a session.
It's a medium-advanced-level video training for those who want to know more about this beautiful profession or even those who plan to start their own career in mastering.
The course can also serve as a reference as all subjects are organized in paragraphs.
Instead of traditional stereo or surround sound mixing, Dolby Atmos allows engineers to position individual sound elements in a three-dimensional space, creating a new freedom in artistic and musical choices.
This means different rules, a completely different way of mixing, a different vision and a different set of skills, with great sounding results.
Thanks to this new way of mixing music in Atmos, listeners can experience their favorite music in a true three-dimensional way, with sounds and instruments all around the room, as if they are inside the song.
This immersive experience is often delivered through headphones using a method called binaural audio.
Masterenzo Mastering now offers the possibility to deliver a Dolby Atmos mix with the stereo master as reference.
First of all, it sounds amazing!
Music in Atmos goes beyond traditional surround sound by incorporating height channels, providing a much wider canvas for the creativity of the artist, the producer and the mixer, and ultimately for the listener to enjoy!
On the commercial side: artists and labels use the fact that their music is mixed in Dolby Atmos as a unique selling point.
Several music providers such as Apple Music, Tidal, Amazon and others already support Dolby Atmos.
The increasing popularity of home cinema systems (like Atmos sound bars) and headphones that support Dolby Atmos is resulting in a growing demand for music mixed in Atmos.