Our service purpose: Mastering, Mixing, STEM-Mastering.

We a ready to make your sound better!

There are a lot of reasons that the musician should not do a mastering of his track itself. The most important of these reasons are the reason of love for the track (for the musicians his work seems perfect, complete and does not need anything anymore). But it is not so. Also, there is a dangerous moment when mixing tracks reaches the "point of no return" - it happens every day : the producer's ears are tired, "blurry" and he lost the hearing of elementary mistakes in his mix.

Another very important problem is that the musician is not fully aware of the importance of high-quality mixing and mastering, and one of the main concepts of mastering is the so-called "universal sound", that it allows you to make a sound as much as possible the same on all types of audio devices, whether it is a mono speaker of a mobile phone, or a massive and powerful sound systems of clubs. There are also a few reasons (lack of knowledge, inability, lack of experience, lack of time), and so on. Therefore, we recommend that you entrust this work to us.


Mastering - Source file requirements

1) WAV file, at least 24bit / 44100 kHz.

It is more preferable and flexible sound standart.

2) Format WAV-file must be PCM WAV-file.

Please note that the standart (PCM) WAV is the best because there is no compression! Do not send the Wav-file, renamed from mp3 or converted to IMA DPCM from compressed audio or else.

3) Output signal should not exceed -6 db.

It is very good that your output signal will be between -4 and -6 db and have RMS approximately -12 db.

4) At the master bus all plugins must be turned off.

It is possible to leave a "soft" limiter without agressive parameters.

5) WAV-file must be packed in a file archive and uploaded to any file-sharing service.

A link to download archive you must send us by email with subject “Artist name – mastering". Would be nice if you send a couple of reference tracks - your favourite tracks, the sound of which is the best for you.


Mixing - Source files requirements

1) All instruments should be exported each other into a WAV PCM file, at least 24bit / 44100 kHz.

Allowed grouping instruments in one group track, but the mixdown will be the best if every instrument channel of your project will be exported in a separate file each. Filenames must be intuitive (for example, channel track with Kick must have a name "01.kick.wav").

2) Any processing effects / plugins in all of the tracks have to be turned off.

You can leave automation procedures only. Remember: sometimes the VSTi-instruments are includes Echo / Reverb, built in the patch or preset of bank. You can leave the "soft" limiter without volume correction, Sidechain, and the effects of the sound without which the sound loses its original value (for example, includes a plugin type like a Glitch, Sqeeze, Distortion and etc.). Please note that this kind of tracks should be marked in the filename (for example, "Guitar+sqeeze.wav").

3) Output signal will be between -4 and -6 db.

4) At the master bus all plugins must be turned off.

It is possible to leave a "soft" limiter without agressive parameters.

5) If you want, you could send to us a "reference track" - the track of another author, the sound of which is the best for you.

6) All files must be packed each in a file archive and uploaded to any file-sharing service.

A link to download archive you must send us by e-mail smmastering [at] gmail [dot] com with subject “Artist name – mixing” or upload your track on our special page. Please, note in your message "Track BPM ...".


STEM-Mastering - Source files requirements

STEM-mastering - mixing of instrument groups and mastering all track after mixing of this groups. For the best quality, please, carefully read the following information

1) All Instrument tracks must be groupped like that:
1) 01_KICK;
2) 02_Bass;
3) 03_Sub-bass;
4) 04_Snares-Claps;
5) 05_Hats+Crashes;
6) 06_Percussion;
7) 07_LowPads;
8) 08_MidPads+Leads;
9) 09_HiLeads;
10) 10_MainMelody;
11) 11_Effects (incl.one-shot tracks);
12) 12_Other_tracks;

2) All groups should be a WAV PCM file, at least 24bit and frequency of 44100 kHz.

Allowed grouping instruments in 2-3 group tracks, but the mixdown will be the best if every frequency group instruments will be exported in a separate file each. Filenames must be intuitive (for example, channel track with Basses must have a name "01.Bass.wav").

3) Any processing effects in all of the tracks have to be turned off.

You can leave automation procedures only. Remember: sometimes the VSTi-instruments are includes Echo / Reverb, built in the patch or preset of bank. You can leave the "soft" limiter without volume correction, Sidechain, and the effects of the sound without which the sound loses its original value (for example, includes a plugin type like a Glitch, Sqeeze, Distortion and etc.). Please note that this kind of tracks should be marked in the filename (for example, "Guitar+sqeeze.wav").

4) Output signal of group will be between -4 and -6 db.

5) At the master bus all plugins must be turned off.

It is possible to leave a "soft" limiter without agressive parameters.

6) If you want, you could send to us a "reference track" - the track of another author, the sound of which is the best for you.

A link to download archive you must send us by e-mail smmastering [at] gmail [dot] com with subject “Artist name – stem" or upload your track on our special page. Please, note in your message "Track BPM ...".

8) Your version of your track.


If you still have a questions - please, contact us first.