Mixing and Mastering in Lagos, Nigeria

Get pro online mixing and mastering in Lagos, Nigeria.

To help us mix and master quality music, please ensure these few steps are completed before you submit your tracks:

  • Ensure that the stems/trackout files are not clipping.
  • Export all tracks to -6db on channel faders (not just master bus).
  • Avoid using compression, normalization, EQ or any effects.
  • Make sure no channel volume is in red.
  • Submit 24 Bit WAV Files in 44.1 or 48 kHz.

Before & After - Hip Hop / Rap Mixing & Mastering Samples

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Before & After - Afrobeat / Dancehall Mixing & Mastering Samples

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Before & After - Pop, Rnb and Rock Mixing & Mastering Samples

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Before & After - Gospel / Others Mixing & Mastering Samples

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Mixing and Mastering FAQ

  • 1. What Type Of Music Do You Mix And Master?

    We work on all types of music! Yes that's correct, we work with EVERY Genre and its sub-genres and in Any Language! We have been Professionally Mixing and Mastering every genre of music and language in many Countries worldwide! Everything from Afrobeat, Rock to Hip-Hop, Electronic Dance Music to Country, R&B to Classical, Reggae to Bollywood and much more! There is literally NOTHING we can NOT Mix & Master!

  • 2. Why Should I Have My Audio Mastered?

    Mastering is the final step in bringing your recording to its optimum potential. It gives your music the professional commercial quality necessary to compete nationally and globally. No matter if your audio is planned for radio, CD/cassette duplication, CD Rom/DVD authoring or publishing to the world wide web, it must be mastered to take full advantage of the media in which it is to be released.

  • 3. Why Can't I Master My Own Songs?

    After working on countless songs and albums, mastering engineers develop an acute sense of sonic and musical knowledge that is key to successful mastering. It’s also a huge plus that the mastering engineer was not there when you recorded and mixed your material. Hearing your songs for the first time, a fresh pair of ears can offer truly objective advice.
    "Professional tools are getting more affordable and more people are learning how to use them, so in that sense, the process is definitely being democratized. However, experience and good ears are not easily purchased, so not everyone will get a great result, even with the right tools."

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