ST Mastering is a remote professional recording studio based in Belfast, Northern Ireland. There aren’t many recording studios in Northern Ireland who have established themselves with so many high profile clients worldwide. From work being featured on Major labels to work for or on behalf of official chart artist in the UK, US, France, Germany and Australia to producing New York Times and USA Today best selling audiobooks, Even Top 100 iTunes podcasts in various industries. Our Belfast recording studio has produced over 750 podcasts for a wide range of clients, Many have featured celebrity guests in the health and wellness industry to the film industry. We cover a diverse range of audio engineering services that you can access right from the comfort of your computer or mobile device. We offer a full remote collaboration facility meaning you can do work with use online.
Our full time Studio located in Belfast is recognised as an easy to use, audio collaboration service that includes audio editing, audio mixing, audio mastering, podcast production, dialogue production, audiobook narration and production, voice overs, jingles. We have our own dedicated team to help you produce, edit, mix and master all things audio related. Contact us today to discuss your project
ST Mastering, a form of audio post production, is the process of preparing and transferring recorded audio from a source containing the final mix to a data storage device (the master); the source from which all copies will be produced (via methods such as pressing, duplication or replication). In recent years digital masters have become usual although analog masters, such as audio tapes, are still being used by the manufacturing industry, notably by a few engineers who have chosen to specialise in analog mastering.
Mastering requires critical listening; however, software tools exist to facilitate the process. Mastering is a crucial gateway between production and consumption and, as such, it involves technical knowledge as well as specific aesthetics. Results still depend upon the accuracy of speaker monitors and the listening environment. Mastering engineers may also need to apply corrective equalisation and dynamic compression in order to optimise sound translation on all playback systems.