How Should My Masters sound? Mastering World Blog   This is completely up to you, but the mastering engineer will be able to gauge what kind of thing you want. It’s important to remember when mastering that this process is the refining process, it’s the tidying up and clarity element of your mixes. So, usually Read More →

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High-resolution audio is exactly as it sounds, audio that is of a particularly high resolution, higher than C.D. quality and most definitely higher than .mp3 files. Hi-res audio files are usually 24bit, and at a sampling frequency of 96kHz, or 192kHz. When getting your tracks mastered it is recommended that you give the mastering engineer Read More →

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If you’ve just put your newly mastered CD into a computer and neither iTunes nor Windows Media Player are showing you all the album information, then fear not, the solution is straightforward. You (or we) may well have encoded this information onto the CD Master in CD Text format. This is the information that car Read More →

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