You’ve made a great mix that is loud sounding and catchy. And you’ve decided to upload your new mastered track to Spotify. Can you do this? Sure! Is everything as simple as it seems? Not really.
The main thing is that Spotify has an algorithm ReplayGain. ReplayGain normalizes the volume of all songs so they play at the same volume setting. So you will lose that loud mix you’ve made, but that’s half the trouble. Turning up the volume will entail a distortion. And by uploading such a loud track to Spotify, you will get a quiet mix, with a hum. So as a conclusion, the regular mastering will not work here.
How to avoid this? Our team of professional mastering engineers offer you Mastering for Spotify service. It’s a mastering according to the requirements of Spotify. Be sure that our professional mastering engineers will prepare your song to release for Spotify.
Please bypass all the processing from the master bus. Make sure, that the peak values are no louder than -6dB. Files should be delivered as a 24 or 32 bit .wav file at their native sample rates.
You may send us a reference track to show us the sound you like. If there are no reference tracks – no worries, we will pick up something similar to your song.
You will have 3 revision sessions.
We work with any genre. We have a team of mixing engineers, which have a lot of experience in mixing and mastering almost all genres.
Our main office is located in Kyiv, Ukraine. Also we are cooperating with different engineers around the world.
Mastering is a process of finalization and preparing the track for distribution. It will definitely help your music sound in industry loudness, equalization curve, etc. In some cases it will help improve your sound, but a mastering engineer can’t fix mixing mistakes. You can choose the Stem Mastering option if you feel that your mix needs help but you don’t want to change a lot.
Stem mastering is a process where mastering engineer creates final master using pre rendered buses as drums, bass, accompaniment, vocals and background vocals.
So in this case the mastering engineer has more abilities to fix some mistakes and improve overall sound. However, I would certainly recommend working to get the mix to be as close to finished as possible, rather than adopt the “just fix it in post” attitude.
Mastering for Spotify- mastering according to the requirements of Spotify. Mostly it’s about volume. It helps your track to sound better on Spotify, because a regular master can be over compressed in some cases for this platform.
Sure! We have discounts for bulk deals. The size of the discount depends on the quantity of songs. You can always check it in the order window.