We provide a full range of post production services
to suit any requirements our clients have when developing a wide range of media products.
Music, It’s a tough industry. Knowing where to go to have your tracks professionally mixed / mastered can be a minefield. A quick Google search will bring up a huge list of places.
However, can you vouch for them and is it within your budget?
Many studios apply a “one size fits all” approach. We adapt to the individual needs of each artist and project.
We listen to all our Client’s as closely as we listen to their work. Guaranteed results every time!
We understand our Client needs. From a highly polished commercial track to a low-fi indie sound.
We use one of the worlds leading ADA interfaces. There’s no compromise, just full Prism Sound
Having your music mastered at Compound Audio couldn’t be simpler. We provide a wide range of services to suit the needs and budget for all. Our Mastering processes are done using high quality tube / valve saturation, solid state analog gear while using a selection of high end VST plugin’s. We believe it’s important to capture every little detail, that’s why we use an industry standard ADA Interface. “Prism Sound”.
Our audio mix-down service generates a powerful warm sound using our range of analog outboard gear while simultaneously using all the advantages of a computer-aided process to provide you with the best possible results.
Clients have a generous amount of unlimited amendments within 2 session re-call’s.
All we require is a minimum of 10 stems to get the mix session going.
Every project we work on goes through a quality control phase after completion.
In this phase another engineer listens to the project from start to finish, judging it by our strict quality standards. If the engineer feels that something isn’t working, amendment notes will be sent back to the mastering engineer to make a revision.
We provide this service to make sure we provide our Clint’s with the highest quality.
Once an emotional connection is made with fans,
artwork can take on a life of its own and live outside a musicians’ own fan base.
Some artists have been able to tap into meme culture with viral artwork.
Others are able to start conversations that stray far outside their own fan bases with bold imagery.
The social and share-friendly nature of the internet can help an interesting cover grow wings and reach more eyes than it ever could sitting on the shelf.
A fan with a Spotify subscription doesn’t need to buy records,
but they might choose to if they have an emotional attachment to the cover art
and want a physical memento of their favorite artist.
It’s a chance for fans to hold a piece of their favorite artist’s world in their hands.