Polish and sharpen up your masters with these 5 pro tips from Hollin Jones…
Mastering can be expensive, but here are five ways you can improve your masters completely free.
There’s a wealth of mastering software out there to suit all budgets and approaches. But which is for you? Hollin Jones shares his top 5…
Trainer Joe Albano takes an advanced look at mastering in the popular Audio Concepts series. See how pro audio engineers master their tracks "in-the-box" - FREE, this week only.
Most producers know that mastering is the final, crucial step in the music-making process. Here are 8 tips to help you do it better.
Learn how to add sheen and shape your final mixes with iZotope Ozone's dynamic tonal processing capabilities.
How wide should you go, and how can you ensure mono compatibility? All is revealed in this quick guide to mastering in FL Studio.
Explore MasterRig's modular design, awesome custom presets and many processing stages in this quick guide to better mastering.
With a straightforward interface and handy tools for mastering and other audio processing, FireMaster is available at a discount to celebrate its launch.
Understanding why clipping happens and how to avoid it when working with mastering tools can really save your bacon. Joe Albano shows you how it's done.
Watch this FREE course to learn how to take control of the bass end of your masters, and much more about iZotope's powerful new mastering suite.
Audacity is completely free, cross-platform and can be used to record, mix and master music. Joe Albano reveals how to master your tracks for no cost.
Prepping your mix for mastering is essential to getting a great end product. In this short video, learn the steps you need to take to make sure you get it right.
Matching the sound of your favourite commercial tracks can be easier than you think if you take the right approach to mastering. Matt Hepworth shows you how in this short video.
IK takes you back to the heyday of rich, warm sound with this new collection of 4 classic tape machines recreated in software. Hollin Jones took them for a spin...