Unlock the full potential of your music’s sonic brilliance – entrust me as your accomplished mastering engineer, and together, we’ll refine your song, ensuring your tracks are polished and ready to captivate audiences worldwide.

Stereo Mastering

£ 60

Stem Mastering

£ 80

For EPs and Albums, a substantial £20 discount per song shall be applied, providing a cost-effective advantage.

You will be provided with the following masters:

  • 24bit .WAV – Streaming Master
  • 16bit .WAV – CD Master
  • 12bit .WAV – Instrumental & Backing Track Masters*
  • MP3 320kbps
  • DDP image**

*Instrumental and Backing Track masters will be provided if these mix versions were delivered in the first place.
**The delivery of the DDP image for physical CD distribution is contingent upon your provision of all essential metadata and specific request for its creation.

Enjoy the benefits of 2 complimentary revisions to tailor the processing, with subsequent revisions available at a nominal charge of £10 per revision.

By submitting files, you acknowledge acceptance of the terms and conditions.

Stereo / Stem Mastering

Stereo mastering entails working directly with the stereo mix as its source, which may limit the ability to make selective adjustments to individual elements within the track. For instance, raising the level of the drums in stereo mastering would proportionally increase the volume of all other elements in the mix. Similarly, equalization, compression, and creative effects applied during stereo mastering would affect the entire mix uniformly.

On the other hand, stem mastering offers a more versatile approach by providing separate access to individual elements. This enables the precise adjustment of specific elements, such as increasing the drum level without altering the balance of other components. Stem mastering can involve just a few stems (e.g., vocals and instrumental) or multiple stems (e.g., drums, bass, guitars, keys, vocals), allowing greater flexibility and control during the mastering process.

The advantage of stem mastering lies in its ability to address isolated issues within one element of the mix without affecting others. While not every stem may be altered during the process, the engineer gains the option to fine-tune each element if required, ensuring the best possible outcome for your music.

List of hardware and software used in the mastering process

Reaching the highest level of quality is my top priority. To achieve this, I work on hardware and software from reputable and recognized companies and developers


  • Universal Audio Apollo X8
  • SSL The BUS+
  • SSL Fusion
  • Studer 169 Stereo Custom EQ
  • Focal Alpha 80 Monitors
  • Audio-Technica M50x
  • Beyerdynamic DT-770 Pro
  • SSL UF8


  • Logic Pro X / Pro Tools / HOFA DDP Master
  • Universal Audio
  • FabFilter
  • Plugin Alliance
  • iZotope
  • Oeksound
  • Soundtheory
  • Eosis
  • Apogee
  • HOFA

Mastering credits