We all know that making music is a difficult and a creativity-intensive job on its own, but it's the behind-the-scenes work that separates a top charting song from a song that your little cousin made and posted on Facebook. Below is a list of steps that expresses the importance of mixing and mastering for your tracks.
1. Balance. If there are multiple instruments in a mix, there is bound to be an imbalance of sounds on the song, thus making a track inconsistent and hard on the ears. Audio Inventory can help with balancing all of the instruments and vocals such as: - EQ (specific frequencies that sound good to the ear) - Compression (Making sure sounds don't overtake others harshly on a track) - Vocal and instrumental reverb and delays (the "echo" effects after vocals that linger) - Volume 2. Professional Sound. The "mastering" part of the mixing and mastering process is to apply the final touches to a track making it have a uniform frequency, volume and sound good to general listeners on all types of audio devices, this includes: - iPhones speakers - Laptop speakers - Stereo speakers - Car speakers - Dynamic sound systems Our professionals here at Audio Inventory can take care of all of these needs for you and any other up and coming artist. We cater to your needs and will never charge if you are unhappy with your product. Let us take your sound to the next level.