4 Tips to Help You Master Your Own Tracks
Splice’s blog has proven time and time again to be an invaluable tool, providing masses of free information to the public with the sole intention of helping the community. One of their latest articles covers tips for mastering your own mixes, a process that can make or break a track no matter how well-produced it is. That being said, it’s not necessary to rely on professional mastering services, as many producers are already armed with many of the tools needed to complete a proper master; what’s lacking for many is simply the knowledge, and experience, that the professionals have. This is where Splice comes in.
Contained within their relatively short article is a goldmine of information that can help you build a solid foundation to independently master your own tracks. They de-bunk common myths about mastering your own tracks, like the one that says you need to have the perfect listening environment/speaker set up to achieve a proper master. The article is not a tell-all, but if you’re lost it will undoubtedly point you in the right direction to begin your research.
Check it out below!