Since 2009 Francisco Holzmann is the studio engineer.
His work, both in local and international productions, is recognized for its quality and dedication, making him one of the most well-respected engineers in South America.
EAR Yoshino 825q
Focusrite Blue MKII
Curve Bender TG12345
Manley Slam! Mastering
Crane Song HEDD 192
Manley Mastering Backbone Insert Switcher
Avocet I Monitor Controller
Sonic Studio Soundblade HD 2.2
Pro tools HD 8 and Digidesign 192 interface
Quested HQ210 Main Monitors
Pass XA 30.5 Power
Genelec 1030A Studio Monitors
Beyerdynamic DT150 Headphones
1.- How do I prepare my files for mastering?
Send us your mix without changing its resolution. It is ideal to use a 24 bit (44.1khz – 192khz) at an approximate level of -6 dBpeak. We suggest you take out all the processes in the master bus that you could have added to get more volume to send us a clean mix.
2.- How we send back your files?
We give you a 16bit/44.1khz mastered wave file by a download link or you can come and get it directly in the studio. In case you need a special format like Hi-Fi, MFiT or DDP files, let us know to send your files correctly
3.-How much does mastering cost?
-The price for each song is 40.000 pesos* for Chile and USD75* for other countries.
-Attended sessions prices are 60.000 pesos per hour for Chile and USD85* for other countries.
* Prices are for each individual mix sent. Masters are delivered via download link or directly in the studio. Prices don’t include the master CD or DDP elaboration nor post charges.
4.- How do I send my mix?
5.- How can I pay?
If you are in Chile you can pay in the studio or you can make an electronic transferring to our bank account. You can ask for it at email@example.com.
If you are in a different country you can pay using Paypal to firstname.lastname@example.org, or you can transfer the funds using Western Union before the date assigned to make your work. In both cases the client assumes the fees of the service providers.
-If you have a specific sound on mind, please let us know before we start the mastering. We appreciate any ideas or suggestions that can help us to work your music in a better way.
Pedro Lira 1345, Providencia. Santiago de Chile