2Track Mastering offers online/remote mastering services for any size project. We specialize in working with independent artists and small studios looking to prepare their recordings for CD, Vinyl, or digital distribution like iTunes or Spotify. Apple Digital Masters Certified.
I pride myself on giving every client's project the same level of attention to detail that I would on my own projects. Every artist's project is a part of them, and entrusting that project to someone is a bond of trust -- one that I take seriously to work with the artist to achieve the best results possible.
Being smaller than some of the big mastering houses means that I can afford to spend more time and communication with my clients to give you a more personalized level of service.
All of our mastering projects include:
Online access to your files
Individual tracks in multiple formats: WAV16 / WAV24 / MP3 / FLAC
Album/CD projects also include:
Sequencing, track markers, gap adjustments, overall consistency in volume and tone
Standards-compliant DDP file ready to send for disc duplication
CD-TEXT / ID3 tagging for all tracks
Special player software for DDP preview -- you can even burn your own CDR right from the DDP image
Custom USB flash drive w/file backups
To distribute your recordings through iTunes or other distributors you need an ISRC for each track.
Many mastering companies will embed the ISRC data only if you supply it.
2Track Mastering is an RIAA-approved ISRC manager, and we can issue those codes on your behalf.
Send me an email through 'Contact' button above and I'll get back to you asap.
- Beer Me
- Black Friday Death Count
- Brandon Buckley
- Brendan Brisk
- Flip-Book Oscilloscope
- Green Meteor
- Father Al & The Jazz Congregation
- Man Full of Trouble
- Past Tense Hero
- Sins of Magnus
- Somnium Mori
- The Iron Tree
- Victor Traps
- Cherry beach
- Kingcold & Koolmouff
- K.Y. WorldWide
- New Sofa Studios
- Sonic Recording
- Kumbia VI
- Wax Cylinder
- LynC Maniaco
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Interview with 2Track Mastering
Q: Which artist would you like to work with and why?
A: YOU. Every artist I work with becomes a new inspiration.
Q: What type of music do you usually work on?
A: As a mastering engineer, I get to work on a pretty diverse range of musical styles. While my local clients tend to be rock, punk and indie pop, I have a large number of clients in the rap/hip-hop world as well.