Our engineers have years of experience mixing and mastering projects, including music recording and voicevover recording. Making your music or voice project sound its best is what we do. We also master your track so it’s high-quality radio, CD or audio streaming ready. Book your session in our Cincinnati recording studio and see what your music recording can be.

Before & After 

Have a listen to some of our music and voiceover recording work—before and after we got to mixing and mastering the tracks. What a difference a SwedeSpot makes.

 

Before Mastering

After Mastering

This song called "Friendly Aliens" by Chilled Strings (Australia).  The piece was nicely recorded and mixed but lacked the EQ sparkle, stereo separation and final volume needed for analog and digital distribution.  Here are a few things we did at SwedeSpot Studio to help the song...

1) slightly boosted the EQ in the 14-20K frequency range

2) applied some multi-band compression to cement all the parts together and bring out that lovely acoustic bass

3) applied some harmonic exciter to the mid-high and high frequencies to help them stand out in the mix

4) used some stereo imaging on the low-mid, high-mid and high frequencies to achieve some separation with the instruments

5) applied a maximizer to get the volume level necessary for cd replication and radio play without harming the dynamics of the song

Before Mastering

After Mastering

This song is called "Joy" by Marc Farmer (Lebanon, OH).  Because this piece was so nicely recorded and mixed, it required very little in the way of EQ and simply needed some final mastering touches for analog and digital distribution.  Again, here are a few things we did at SwedeSpot Studio to help the song...

1) reduced high frequencies to minimize some harshness

1) applied some multi-band compression to help glue the tracks together to control some of the frequencies

2) applied some harmonic exciter to the mid-high and high frequencies to help them sparkle a little

3) used some stereo imaging on the low-mid and high frequencies to achieve some separation with the instruments in those frequencies

4) applied a maximizer to get the volume level necessary for cd replication and radio play without harming the dynamics of the song