I am a mastering engineer who specializes in Melodic House & Techno / EDM / Techhouse / Deephouse / and other electronic music. But also do other genres.
- Do you want to bring your track to the next level?
- Stand out when send a demo?
- Release your music on a label?
- Play your songs in a dj set
I can make a professional master for you. Or mix your song with stems (look my other job for this)
I have already more than 20 years of studio experience. And did a lot of release on labels like Bedrock, SCI+TEC, Green, Kraftek, Senso, Tronic, Ovum, Filth on Acid, Octopus, Toolroom, Break New Soil, KD Raw and many more.
Working full time in my own studio with UAD, Fairchild Compressors, Pultec EQ, Oxide tape Recorder, SSL, Helios Type 69, 1176 Classic Limiter Collection, 175B & 176 Tube Compressor Collection, Mackies, Toraiz, Minilogue, Ableton, Arturia, Soundtoys, Softube, Fabfilter, Kazrog and many more.
Founder of recordlabel: Pursuit
Music productions under artistname: Rob Hes
PLEASE READ THIS BEFORE SENDING:
- For mastering, please send UNCOMPRESSED WAV/AIF files! (24bit, 44.1)
- Please leave some headroom (-6db), clear your master
What is mastering, and why can’t I do it myself?
Mastering is the final step in producing music for professional consumption. The mastering engineer uses their abilities, equipment and experience to subtly enhance the mixed track using different techniques designed to serve the music. Experience here is the key!
Do you have examples of your work?
I’m doing mastering for a lot of well known labels/artists. And also running my own label Pursuit. I recommend to check it out as I do the mastering:
I am hearing issues with my mix after mastering. Can I remix the track and have it remastered?
This happens all the time. You spend hours on your mix and after its mastered you notice that the bass drum is too loud or the guitar is in the wrong spot in the stereo field. Have no fear, I will be happy to re-burn the master (same settings as before).
What format should I send the files
16 bit or 24 bit WAV files are best. AIFF files work, and I can work with mp3’s, but it’s not ideal. Please make sure there is no limiter on your master/stereo out, and that there is at least a few db’s of headroom with no clipping.