Frequently asked questions

How do I go about working with you?”

Easy! Just use this contact form to let me know how many tracks you'd like mastering and I will give you a quote and a choice of dates that I have available. Once we have worked out a date that suits your time frame, send over your tracks via Dropbox or WeTransfer for mastering.

Can I hear some before and after examples of your mastering work?”

Instead of showing before and after examples of my mastering work on someone else's mix, I  would prefer to do a test master of one of your tracks so that you can hear my work in context. If you would like a free test master of part of your track, simply contact me via this form with a little bit of information about the project before sending me a download link to your track.

How long will it take you to master my tracks?”

This depends! The more tracks you have, the longer it will take. Usually an album will take me a day and a half, but it may take longer if you wish to revise your mix, or you need any mastering revisions. 

What is your studio like? What gear will you be using on my tracks?”

My studio is a hybrid of analogue gear and plugins. The gear I use on each project completely depends on the music - part of my job as a Mastering Engineer is to make informed decisions about what equipment to use to get the best possible results. 

Do I need to provide any information when I send you my tracks?”

In order to get the quickest turnaround time for you, it is useful if the following information is provided when you send me your mixes:

 

  • Band / artist name
  • Album / EP title
  • Track list
  • ISRC codes
Can I be present whilst you work on my tracks?”

Not at the moment, however it is something I am working on being able to accommodate for in the near future! 

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