I remember years ago I had a friend who was also a music artist. He recorded a song, and had it mixed. It was a good song and a good mix. We went to this club where he knew the dj who was spinning that night. The dj agreed to play his song. Pretty cool right?
So we’re there for a while, and the dj plays his song as promised. But we didn’t even realize that his song was playing until half way through the song because it sounded muffled, and we couldn’t really hear the details in the song.
People started leaving the dance floor.
Some sat down. Some went to the bar and ordered drinks. And some went to the bathroom.
Imagine how my friend felt. What was supposed to be a great moment turned into a really bad experience.
You see, he had his music mixed, but he didn’t get it mastered.
And when his unmastered song was played in a crowded club, it didn’t measure up with the other songs that were being played that night. Songs by major label artists whose songs were mastered.
Even when being played on an expensive, and professionally set up club playback system, his song fell short.
All it took was for that one process to be overlooked, to turn a night that was supposed to be a victory, into a night that was a sound defeat.
And make no mistake, he had his ass handed to him!
It felt bad for me just being there, and it wasn’t even my song!
Could you imagine it being your song, and that happening to you? Ouch!
That’s why you get your music mastered.
You get your music mastered to make it sound good whenever you play it, and on whatever you play it on.
It’s not magic. It won’t turn a bad mix into a good mix. But it will turn a good mix into a great sounding song.
And there’s nothing like the feeling that you get when you hear your music sounding polished and professional.
Your confidence will go through the roof! It’ll have you feeling like a bad mutha-shutyour-mouth!
If I mastered your music and afterwards you got a few fans, would it be worth it?
If I mastered your music and afterwards a more established artist heard it and wanted to collaborate with you, would it be worth it?
If I mastered your music and afterwards a record label heard it and wanted to sign you, would it be worth it?
I hope so!
So, here’s what to do next…
Click the ‘Services’ header at the top of the page. Choose mastering, and/or whichever other services that you’re interested in; complete the process and I’ll take care of the rest! It’s that easy.
Do it today. Your future career in music and your future fans are waiting for you.
Don’t keep them waiting!