Help your music
deliver your message
Mastering based in Berlin
Clients include: Universal Music, Alice Phoebe Lou, Sophie Hunger, Paper Thieves, Isac Elliot, Maeckes, LOVA, Malik Harris, Betterov, and more
Mastering involves the use of metering and sonic enhancement techniques, such as careful EQing and compression, to create a
professional-sounding record. These changes serve to polish your mix, bringing its best aspects forward and allowing the listener to fully experience your art’s intentions.
The purpose of mastering is to help your music deliver your message to its fullest. A mastering engineer should serve as an attentive pair of ears, hearing your intentions and pointing out possible changes to the mix which can help your music shine wherever it's played. We listen to each track in detail prior to mastering in order to identify potential improvements to be made. This feedback is then sent to you for your consideration.
Detailed feedback on your mix
Cleanup (removal of unwanted noise, glitches, clicks and pops)
Dynamics, EQ, stereo image, and other audio enhancement processing
Fade ins/outs, track pause timing for EPs/albums
High quality .wav and MP3 delivery
Vinyl-ready versions, if needed
Additional mastering services - contact for rates
Delivery in other file formats (FLAC, DDP Image...)
Mastering of long audio files (>10 minutes)
Mixing/mastering for film (EBU R 128 compliant)
Other audio editing services (vocal editing, podcasts, sound effect editing...)
GM Mastering operates out of a shared studio in the Gaswerkseidlung building, near the Funkhaus Berlin and the river Spree.
Monitoring by PMC, Genelec and Avantone.
Software/Plugins: Studio One 5, UAD, Ozone, RX...
I achieved a Bachelor of Arts degree with Honors at DBs Music Berlin in 2018. During my studies, I found a passion for the intricate process of mastering.
With additional experience in music production, recording, and audio quality control, I aim to make your music feel and sound its best through detailed communication and careful decision making.