Post Production Services | Mastering | Sound Vitalizing | Restoration
Sound Restoration Service
Audio restoration is a generalized term for the process of removing imperfections such as hiss, impulse noise, crackle, clicks, wow and flutter, background noise, and mains hum from sound recordings. It can be performed directly on the recording medium, or on a digital representation of the recording using specialized software tools. With any project, we consider the condition of the physical media, the anticipated audience, and the cultural moment of the original recording.
Philosophy: We apply processing if the defect is a distraction for the listener. In general, it's better that it sounds natural, so it's better to have an original defect than a new defect.
Sonic Vitalizing Service
Tube Sound? Using specialized tools, we get sound details back to life. The audio signal is given an improved depth and perspective, more weight in the basses, clear and better-differentiated mids and silky, brilliant highs, enhancing the spatial impression. Tube Sound Vitalizing service is designed for the sound enthusiasts in professional recording, mastering, and cutting. The finest audio technologies like Vacuum Tube technology, RC & LC-technology, transistor, semiconductor technology allow us the unique combination of dynamic equalizers, amplitude-controlled phase correction, harmonic filtering opens up a whole new listening dimension by adapting the sound pattern to the nonlinearities of the human ear. Accurate Mid frequencies, transparency with a soft, unobtrusive sound. The treble range is reworked with broadband shelving filters, which focus on achieving a smooth, silky sound pattern. High frequencies are livened up without making them sound hard or aggressive. Audio sweetening with great tonal flexibility and musicality. The result is a pleasanter and livelier sound pattern with a beautiful wealth of detail.
Vinyl Mastering Session
Mastering is the last stage in the process of releasing the music out the world. A hands-on quality control, the final polish, to ensure that it sounds the best that it can in all possible playback situations and making sure that it fits together seamlessly so the sound doesn’t vary from track to track. Mastering also deals with unwanted noise, clicks pops, device hum, artifacts, front and end fade ins and outs, as well preparing the music for distribution in different formats. More and more pros are embracing the high-resolution distribution and playback formats as well devices that play uncompressed formats for better reproduction of music.
It’s the Process, not the Processing