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Final Things To Remember:
• Remember, a good mix will produce a great master.
• Do not make your final mix levels too loud. -6 to -10 dbfs will
work in most cases.

Click here for a pic of optimum audio final mix levels from Wikipedia.

• Do NOT put a processor or plug-in (ie. compressor/limiter) across the master mix bus.

• Try not to send mp3, mp4, aac format files for mastering. These are compressed audio files that are lower in quality. You want to deliver your master formatted to offer the best quality.
We advise to use 24 bit 44.1K  AIFF or Wav files. Bwf and SD2 are also ok.
We can also work with final mix audio copies from cds however, these are 16 bit by default.. Usable, but not the best format.

• Including a song reference of a cd that you like is always a great idea and helps us to pinpoint what you want your finished master to sound like.


• Remember, a great mix will produce a great master. Spend the necessary time it takes to get your mix to sound amazing.

 

What audio formats are acceptable?

All mixes should be final ‘consolidated’ files, not a multitrack Logic or ProTools Session and all should be interleaved (not separate left and right files).

Please note: when saving your files, please make sure they are saved with a file extension, i.e. "track.wav"



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Check out senior mastering engineer Lee Evans prepping you about proper levels for sending your masters
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Thanks to the many talented artists that chose to share their work for the world to hear.

All levels are actual mix vs mastered levels.

no extra enhancements were used on the audio. 

Enjoy our samples of some of the best signed and unsigned music out of
JAMBOX Entertainment Studios

 

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