Online Mastering

To turn a collection of songs into an album requires experience, dedication, golden ears and specialised equipment not found in a recording studio.

Our Mastering Studio setup features some of the best gear around and his skills are unmatched. Tim has been in the trade since 1999 and his portfolio includes countless hit albums and singles.

We are flexible. Whether you want to add final touches to a track or album, remove noise or transfer audio from one medium to another, he can assure success within your deadline. Easy Online Mastering is now only a file upload away. We master songs for recording studios and artists from Johannesburg, Pretoria, Gauteng, Durban, Cape Town or anywhere in the world.

We are easy going, fun to work with and committed to perfecting any project in line with its technical and artistic requirements.

What is Mastering?

Mastering, a form of audio post-production, is the process of preparing an audio mix for distribution. It is the final stage, and the last opportunity, to polish and refine your recording before distribution by adjusting the sound for best possible quality and balance. It shapes and enhances the audio through the application of various processes. The Mastering Engineer lends a fresh pair of (sensitive) ears to the project. Mastering also unites individual tracks into a complete album and assures compliance of the final product – whether for physical or electronic delivery – to the relevant standard.

Mastering – why is it so important?

Mastering requires a different headspace to mixing and a fresh, unbiased set of ears.

Mastering makes a good project sound great.

Mastering is your final authority on tonal balance, spacing, feel, and technical compliance.

Mastering is the last creative and technical step needed before an audio project can be distributed to the consumer.

Mastering offers a chance to discover errors that have been missed.

Mastering Engineer Tim Lengfeld from TL Mastering
Ready to Master?

Do you have a great song we can polish to perfection?