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140€/song (1-2 songs)

Single Stem Master for a 5-piece band:  28€/member


130€/song (3-6 songs)

3 Song EP Stem Master for a 5-piece band:  78€/member


120€/song (7+ songs)

7 Song Album Stem Master for a 5-piece band:  168€/member

STEM MASTER is done from instrument groups of the Final Mix.

Squeeze the most out of the mix by blurring the line between mixing and mastering.

Stem Mastering is the Ultimate way to ensure you've got that Massive and Heavy Hitting sound.

Perfect for Self-Producing Bands!

WARNING: Not for the faint of heart.

STEREO MASTER is done from one stereo file of the Final Mix.
If you are excited how good the mix sounds and want to ensure it sounds as Massive and Heavy Hitting as humanly possible,

Stereo Mastering is the right path for you.

Perfect for Producers & Mixing Engineers!

This is the most popular choice.



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Book Mastering

Don't know what to tell about your project? 

Check the Delivery Guide for inspiration!

Do you want Your songs to sound as MASSIVE as these?

❌ Your music sounds small compared to others and you get run over by the competition

❌ Listeners skip your songs after a few seconds so you may never even get a chance to show them what you've go!​

❌ Your growth is DRASTICALLY slowed down and your path to success takes longer than it should

✅ ​Get that Massive and Heavy Hitting sound and stay on top of the competition

✅ You can FINALLY Stand Out and DOMINATE the Playlists

Attract new listeners like a MAGNET and get noticed

✅ Achieve your goals and make music full time FASTER

When your sound is Weak and Flat

When you get that MASSIVE Sound

Weak and Flat sound could already be costing you more listeners and streams than you realise.

Most bands struggle getting that MASSIVE and Heavy Hitting Sound that engages their listeners and grows their band.

In fact, I've even witnessed WORLD CLASS Artists and Bands remain COMPLETELY unnoticed because they just didn't invest in their sound.

You Can't Afford To Have Weak And Flat Sound.

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