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Real humans in analogue studios.
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Mastering makes your record sound fantastic and ready for release.
You have created, recorded and mixed your music and we know how important it is to you. Our experience, equipment and fresh ears will make it sound even better. We have the best professionals in the best studios; we will take good care of you and your music.
Every great record needs a great mastering engineer.
Hidden away in rural Wales, surrounded by birds, trees and rolling hills, is a room with a stunning listening environment.
Pristine acoustics, incredible speakers and obsessive attention to the electrics and electronics means every fine detail of the music can be heard.
Old school analogue equipment and cutting-edge digital technology combined with passionate mastering engineers means incredible sounding masters.Read more
Loud Mastering in Taunton, England, is the brainchild of legendary mastering engineer, John Dent.
Loud is the ultimate old-school mastering studio - the main room is littered with tape machines, outboard gear piled high, speakers, amps and turntables, along with a classic Neumann cutting lathe sitting regally in the corner.Read more
Picture a tall stone room, hundreds of years old, on the edge of the desolate beauty of Dartmoor, England. In the room is the reassuring presence of veteran sound engineer, Simon Heyworth.
The room is beautifully laid out with modern and vintage studio equipment, complex computer systems for high res and surround audio and tasteful hanging acoustic panels to focus the sound.Read more
Delighted with a very top job. The vinyl test pressing sounds fantastic (as does the rest of the audio of course). What a lovely warm, fresh, bold sound you've created.
Jon Wilson (BMG, London)
As always a great job. Everything's really clear and with the volume and punch needed. The band is listening as we speak and they are really excited with the result.
Tomás de Camino Beck (Producer, Costa Rica)
The music is sounding all kinds of perfect.
Felix Hagan (The Reckoning, UK)