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Digital Audio Mastering by Medifit Films
Digital Audio Mastering by Medifit Films


Digital Audio Mastering



What is Mastering an Audio song with Medifit Films?

Medifit Films is doing Analog Mastering of all audio songs from  London, UK.

Digital Mastering from Mumbai, India.

Mastering audio song in Medifit Films is the final step of audio post-production. The purpose of mastering in Medifit is to balance sonic elements of a stereo mix and optimize playback across all systems and media formats. Traditionally, mastering is done using tools like equalization, compression, limiting and stereo enhancement.

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)

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 equalization and dynamic compression in order to optimize sound translation on all playback systems.

Mastering is the term most commonly used to refer to the process of taking an audio mix and preparing it for distribution. Mastering with Medifit Films involves several considerations:

  • Unifying the sound of a record,
  • Maintaining consistency across an album, and
  • Preparing for distribution.



Medifit Films do complete management of Mastering Audio Track.

Following features of Mastering are done for management of Mastering

  • Complete Analog method
  • Medifit does Mastering of each and every track in London, which is the hub of Audio mastering on globe. No track of Medifit is mastered in India or Bollywood.
  • Very economical and with high grade standards.
Mastering song in London - Medifit Films
Mastering song in London – Medifit Films

(To Master your audio songs in London Mastering Studio, UK, call Medifit Films)

Why to Master songs?

The goal of mastering in Medifit Films is to ensure that your audio will sound the best it can on all platforms. Music has never been consumed on more formats and devices than today. Even if you are recording and mixing in a million dollar studio, or recording in less than ideal conditions, you still need the final quality check of mastering. Medifit Films ensures that your sound will be heard the way you intended it to be.

A good mastering job at Medifit Films makes an album consistent and balanced across all tracks. Without mastering, individual tracks can sound disjointed in relation to each other.

Mastering songs in London - Medifit Films

What’s the Difference between Mixing and Mastering?

Though mixing and mastering do share similar techniques and tools, and are often confused, the two are indeed different. Mixing typically refers to a multitrack recording, whereas mastering is the final polish of a mix down. Think of it this way:


Mixing is all about getting individual parts or instruments to work as a song. Think of it like building a car. All the parts of the car need to come together for it to run properly. The mixdown process is all about making sure all the parts are in place.

A good mix should easily flow into the mastering process. Check out this helpful post on how to prepare your tracks for mastering


Now think of mastering like the best car wash ever. You want your new car to look as slick and shiny as possible. Mastering polishes everything to a perfect shine. It puts gas in the tank and oils up all the moving parts for the best possible performance.
Mastering songs in London – Medifit Films



This step fixes any hiccups in the original mix like unwanted clicks, pops or hisses. It also helps to fix small mistakes that stand out when un-mastered audio is amplified.


Stereo enhancement deals with the spatial balance (left to right) of your audio. Done right, stereo enhancement widens your mix, helping it sound bigger. It can also help tighten your center image by focusing the low-end.


EQing corrects any spectral imbalances and enhances elements that need to stand out. An ideal master is well-balanced and proportional. This means no specific frequency range is left sticking out. A balanced piece of audio will sound good on any playback system.


Compression corrects and enhances the dynamic range of your mix and keeps louder signals in check while bringing up quieter parts. This process gives the overall audio a better uniformity and feel. Compression helps glue together parts that might not be as cohesive as they could be.


The last process in the mastering chain is usually a special type of compressor called a limiter. Limiters set appropriate overall loudness and creates a peak ceiling. Limiting makes the track competitively loud without allowing any clipping that can lead to distortion.


Sample rate conversion or dither is dependent on the final output medium. For example, if you are planning to release on CD you will have to convert to 44.1kHz 16 bit and therefore, you may have to convert and dither your file to get to the standard of format.


Sequencing and spacing is one of the final steps in mastering. On an album or EP this process puts your audio in order. Spacing refers to how much silence (space gaps) you put between each track.

(To Master your audio songs in London Mastering Studio, UK, call Medifit Films)

Mastering song in London – Medifit Films

The Audio after Final Mastering

Think of mastering as the bridge between creations and sharing. After mastering, your audio should sound complete, uniform, professional and balanced. Whether you’re sharing online as a free download, or pressing a massive run of vinyl, good mastering allows you to release your work with confidence — no matter where it’s played.

To Master your audio songs in London Mastering Studio, UK, call Medifit Films.


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