Album mastering


Welcome to SafeandSound Mastering, Album mastering £210.00 (15 tracks)


If you are looking for an experienced mastering engineer for your album mastering you have found the right service. An album is a big project for any musical artist and our album mastering rates are highly competitive. We can get your music sounding as good as possible and add value to your album mastering project.


Album mastering prices :


Up to 15 tracks : £210.00 (no VAT is added)


CD master disk set (2 disks master and identical back up) : £35.95 (including special delivery)


DDP file set £ 35.00


Mastering engineer Barry Gardner has 15 years full time professional audio engineering experience and has worked with some of the industries most well known musicians. Mastering for 5 years he has mastered hundreds of albums and EP’s for independent musicians and record labels.


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The mastering studio is equipped with the finest analogue equipment:


MANLEY Massive Passive equalizer


PMC IB1S – large scale reference speakers


Benchmark Media DAC1 HDR


Elysia – Class A analogue equalizer


Summit Audio DCL-200 valve compressor


HCL VARiS Vari mu compressor (valve)


Sontec custom mastering equalizer clone.



We use only the finest ear selected digital tools in conjunction with our analogue equipment. We use SADiE, Nuendo, Plextor tools on a high end custom built Intel i7 PC. We have a wide range of plug in software from all of the major developers. We are seriously equipped to enhance, correct and quality control your album before release for either digitally distributed audio files or on physical CD. The studio is fully acoustically treated for the most accurate of monitoring environments.


You can get in contact with Barry Gardner to discuss your album mastering project on 07810271371 or via email at (at being @ with no gaps)


Even though we offer unattended mastering we like to speak to our clients and it also reassures that the engineer is both professional and available to answer your queries.


Please read our FAQ page as it has a wealth of information on how to prepare your files for your album mastering and reduce and avoidable delay.


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Mastering frequently asked questions