Music with Analog Gear
I will master your music with analog gear
About This Service
OUTBOARD ANALOG MASTERING starting at just $32 (when you do 12 songs)
I offer analogue audio mastering through high-end outboard gear with an incredible mastering converter at a VERY affordable price.
Why choose Dominion Mastering?
- Analog Mastering
- Over 10 years of experience mastering all genres of music
- Over 500 mastering gigs on Fiverr
- Treated room & Top Notch Equipment
- Competitive Pricing
- Satisfaction guaranteed
- Over 400 5-Star reviews
Mastering to include:
Level setting, EQ, compression and dynamics control, dithering. Mastering for iTunes also available, please ask me about this before starting your gig.
- For mastering, please send UNCOMPRESSED WAV/AIFF files!
- Please leave some headroom, clear your master fader before sending!
- Please don't send MP3 files unless you absolutely don't have WAV's
- Please send the finished mix, no separate stems.
Please note this gig doe not include MIXING, if you need mixing I am not the right guy.
Don't settle for an amateur when you can work with a professional for the same price.
Lots more work examples at www.dominionmastering.com
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What type of gear do you use for mastering?
I have great gear, some favorites include the Manley Massive Passive, a Sontec 250EX, and my vintage Focusrite Red 3, but what really makes a difference is that I have a dedicated mastering room thats treated and allows me to make good decisions.
What is mastering, and why can't I do it myself?
Mastering is the final step in producing music for professional consumption. The mastering engineer uses their abilities, equipment and experience to subtly enhance the mixed track using different techniques designed to serve the music. Experience here is the key!
Yeah but what does the mastering engineer actually do?
The mastering engineer typically will balance out the songs frequency spectrum so that it isn't too bass heavy or too top heavy while removing unwanted frequencies and give it a polished radio crispness. Sometimes a dose of subtle compression can add a bouncy radio vibe to the material.
What about the analog equipment, what does that do and why is it better than the alternative?
Most home studio folks do everything in the box. Its easy, inexpensive and instantly recallable. Outboard equipment because it isn't digital has certain characteristics that are favorable in audio recording. These are subtle harmonics, a sense of 3D, and wider more realistic soundstage presentation
Do you have examples of your work?
Yes, I have been working with audio since the 90's and have lots of examples out there. My studio here in New Jersey is Dominion Mastering. www.dominionmastering.com