We keep it simple and predictable so that you can stay in total control of your production budget. Simply put, we bill on a "per song basis" with no hourly rates or hidden fees.
Digital Mastering: $60.00 per Track
If you have more than one version of the same song, the first version's mastering fee will be $60.00, but each additional version will be only $30.00.
This price includes: studio time, editing time, master disc for duplication and 2 mastered reference CDs. "Per track" or "per song" in this instance refers to songs of standard length for commercially popular compositions. For very long tracks, such as symphonic selections, please contact us for an exact estimate. We are now available for Saturday sessions on projects with 3 songs or more!
In response to client requests we now offer CD duplication services. Our prices are competitive and the quality is up to our standards with satisfaction guaranteed.
Many variables go into the pricing structure for CD Duplication. In order to give you an exact quote, please fill out the form below and we will email an estimate as soon as possible.
The following is included as part of all CD duplication orders: color traycard, color CD, film, barcode (if needed), jewel box, and shrink wrap. Here's our basic templates to get you started.
The typical turnaround time for duplication projects is 10 business days. Please submit the form and we will email an estimate to you as soon as possible.
In this era of digital technology may seem strange to take care of vinyl records, cassettes and tapes, but it is well known to audio experts that the sound quality contained in these media is very high (in many cases greater than the CD itself, not to mention comparing with mp3) and sometimes we are in the presence of masterpieces to be preserved.
At L. Nix Mastering, we offer restoration of the content: to broaden up considerably the clarity and the sonic performance of a sound track, removing noise artifacts (pops, clicks, crackle, hiss and hum) and improving the response across all frequencies through the use of filters and equalizers.
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