20+ years combined experience.
--Full Service Mixing, Mastering, and Audio Restoration--
$50 FOR 15 STEMS OR LESS ($2 PER STEM AFTER 15)
MIXING + MASTERING (PER TRACK)
$85 – 15 STEMS OR LESS ($2 PER STEM AFTER 15)
MASTERING (PER TRACK) (STANDARD TURNAROUND: 24-36 HOURS)
PRIORITY MASTERING (12 HOUR TURNAROUND) (PER TRACK)
EP/LP MASTERING (3 TO 10 TRACKS) (STANDARD TURNAROUND: 24-36 HOURS)
$25 PER TRACK
EP/LP PRIORITY (12 HOUR TURNAROUND) MASTERING (3 TO 10 TRACKS)
$40 PER TRACK
$20 FOR VOCAL RESTORATION PER SONG (ADD $15 FOR 12 HOUR TURNAROUND)
If you are Local to New Mexico, We also offer Mobile Recording Services.
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Reviews (6)Endorse Rehab Audio
These guys never disappoint. Overall the work is fantastic. They have the compassion to relate to your ear while delivering outstanding, dynamic work that doesn't lie.
Owner doesn't appreciate the clients who helped his company get to where it is now. If you're looking for a mastering service that never meets dates, always making excuses, and who's final product is hollow and thin, you've found the right place. Otherwise keep looking, he won't appreciate your business anyway.
Awesome service! Mastered a song for me which got over 5 million plays in one month!!!! Valesco - Cloud 9
Talented and knowledgable guys here! I feel I can produce good music, but thats only half of what makes a good tune. These guys will take your composition and really make it shine with a fantastic mix down and mastering.
Ps. Trust these guys! I told them what I wanted but they actually did what was needed! I stand corrected, and for the better!
Awesome work from good dudes. If I have someone else so my mastering, it's always rehab.
They mastered my track Fall and it was the cleanest mix I've ever gotten! Definitely recommend!
Interview with Rehab Audio
Q: Analog or digital and why?
A: Both. Analog just has a better, more open sound, to it. We run a combination of both. Digital is easier financially, and it cuts down on the rack space.
Q: What's the biggest misconception about what you do?
A: When it comes to Mastering, a lot of artists tend to think that Mastering will fix a bad mix. Like the audio engineers saying goes "you can't polish a turd."
Q: Can you share one music production tip?
A: Less is more! Don't over-process your sound. You don't need 3 different EQ's on one sound. Find something that works, or work till you find something that does!
Q: What type of music do you usually work on?
A: The most common genres we find ourselves working on are Hip Hop and Electronic Music (Dubstep, Trap, and Complextro being the most common types).
Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
A: Mixing & Mastering! For hip hop artists, we'll do all of the mixing and mastering, even sometimes the production. For Electronic Music Artists, we usually just do their mastering. Occassionally they'll have us do their mixdowns too from time to time.