How To Book Your Session:
We work with musicians & engineers all over the world, so even if you’re not local to our mastering studio in Liverpool, you can still use our online mastering services. We’ve made it really easy for you to get your music ready for release:
STEP 1: Send us your music
Our engineer will take a listen to your mix. During this mix check session we’ll discuss if we think there are elements in your mix which could be adjusted slightly in order to get a better master. This is completely normal and always helps us get better results for you and your music!
STEP 2: We’ll make a plan for you
We will make a bespoke plan for your music. We’ll discuss things like how you want it to sound, where & when you’re going to release it, if you have any reference tracks or test-masters you’d like us to use. This can be done either via an arranged call back or over email – whatever suits you best!
Step 3: Approval, check & Send
We’ll give you the chance to check your master online first, and discuss any final options with you. We also offer unlimited revisions so we can make sure the master is perfect for you, as well as for your fans.
Once the master is signed off, we’ll send your sets via a transfer link, along with some general information and recommendations about digital distribution, record labels and publishing we think you might find useful.
While we recommend allowing 3 working days for singles & 7 working days for albums, these are estimates only so please leave plenty of time for your release!
We’re here to help your music sound the way it should. Let’s discuss your project:
Our studio is open Monday – Friday 10am until 6pm. We aim to respond to all enquiries within 24 hours. If you haven’t had a response from us, please check your spam/other folders just in case! If you would like a call back, either by telephone (UK) or by video call, please leave your details when sending the message over.
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