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  • February 8, 2021
  • By admin

We already have an article about mastering for Spotify. But we decided to create updated notes for musicians about Mastering for Spotify. Many of you have a questions What is Spotify LUFS? What is Spotify Replay Gain? How to meet...

  • September 14, 2020
  • By Max Rayden

Before now all music had released by recording labels. They did the printing of your vinyl, cd, etc. Then they started to distribute your music through streaming platforms. Labels also do everything about your copyrights, registering ISRC and EAN-UPC codes...

  • September 14, 2020
  • By Max Rayden

It’s new section of iTunes music store. As a whole market works with mp3 now, iTunes decided to implement new codec called AAC. AAC clearly provides superior sound quality compared to other codecs. So now, with this codec mastering process...

  • September 14, 2020
  • By Max Rayden

Spotify uses Replay Gain for normalizing every audio that uploads on its platform. It helps to keep every audio at the same loudness level. For example, every audio from 1924 to 1995 years has 60 db of Dynamic Range. Now...

  • September 14, 2020
  • By Max Rayden

To some extent, yes, but you shouldn’t expect that it will be a huge difference. Mastering aims only to bring the song to industry standards. If there was no mastering engineer, then the whole industry would sound horrible. That loud,...

  • September 14, 2020
  • By Max Rayden

At this step, I must tell you that your path is almost over. The musician shouldn’t be working on mixing, unless he has a lot of experience. Mixing engineers are certainly a creative profession, but it includes a lot of...

  • September 14, 2020
  • By Max Rayden

Production music has these 5 stages – composing, arrangement, recording, mixing and mastering. Everyone knows a lot about the first three stages, but still have questions about mixing and mastering. When you are finished composing, arrangement and recording your song...

  • September 14, 2020
  • By Max Rayden

Editing is a very important step, but you cannot overdo it. Before mixing you should prepare the session. You need to cut all noise. Using the instrument “scissors” Remove all possibles clicks. If you cannot make that using volume automatization,...

  • September 14, 2020
  • By Max Rayden

For this stage, all sound, recording synthesizers, selecting samples, recording sounds from libraries, recording vocals, etc, that is not only recording from a microphone, but also selecting all the sounds of music. After good arrangement and thoughtful pairing, the most...

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