Record your best with CD mastering

The equipment used to master CD’s is technologically advanced and the facilities used are different than standard recording studios. Most of the equipment involved in high quality CD mastering is unique. Some mastering involves using analogue equipment, whereas in some instances digital equipment may only be used.

CD mastering is usually done before any duplication or replication process. This is the stage in the CD’s production when all the tracks are put together and equalised. This may mean making all the tracks have equal loudness and also have similar spaces between the tracks. The sound is mastered to give a much more fluid feel to the final disc.

Usually less variance gear is found in mastering studios compared to recording studios but both are still able to produce wonderful sounding CD’s. Although analogue equipment is considered to be old fashioned it still produces warm organic sounds.

It is however inevitable that digital technology will eventually replace analogue eventually. In fact, many people feel that mastering and recording will become totally digital in the near future.

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