Real Analog or digital Mastering for vinyl, CD & Streaming can be made from 1/4" Analog tape or 24/16 Bit PCM Audio 192 / 96 / 88.2 / 48 /44.100 Khz sampling rate.

PQ codes and ISRC codes

PQ codes tell a CD player where each track and sub-index starts and stops, and are accurate to the CD frame, which is 1/75th of a second. This information is stored in the

P and Q bits of the CD word. ISRC stands for ( International Standard Recording Code ) and identifies the country of origin, the copyright owner, the year,

and additional information specified by the copyright owner. This code is different for each track on an album, and is used to track radio airplay.

Delevery formats: Audio high quality Red Book audio CD premaster, ready for replication. / DDP files for glas master.
including EAN/UPC, ISRC, PQ subcodes, CD-Texts and ID3 Tags
Or dreckt export to iTunes Plus AAC M4A. ISRC codes on WAVE files.

Formats AIFF, WAVE, mp3, m4a, CAF, as well as raw binary files and dual L&R mono channels and FLAC files.


A mastering engineer employs various techniques and processes during a session in order to achieve optimal results, maximising a track's sonic potential.

Every project has unique requirements, but some of the more common processes utilised include:

Equalisation: to ensure every track is spectrally balanced, from sub-bass to treble, as well as creating a natural album-wide cohesion from track-to-track, so the album flows effortlessly.
Compression: to tie together the whole mix, bring out depth and detail, and occasionally rein-in unruly peaks.
Limiting: to optimise track headroom, increasing the overall track level for a competitive loudness, limiting peaks without distortion or unduly affecting the track's punch.

All inserts effects Audio Unit (AU) Are 64 bits plug- ins and editing algorithms work with the precision of 64 bits floating point arithmetic.


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