Mastering, is the last post production step before releasing a song. It involves the process of preparing and transferring recorded audio from a source containing the final mix to a data storage device (the master), the source from which all copies will be produced (via methods such as pressing, duplication or replication).
Mastered songs are commonly uploaded to streaming platforms such as Spotify, iTunes, Pandora, SoundCloud etc. A mastered song should sound great across multiple devices (e.g: smartphone, bluetooth speakers, hi-fi stereo equipment).
The traditional mastering process requires critical listening; results depend upon the intent of the engineer, the skills of the engineer, the accuracy of the speaker monitors, and the listening environment. Mastering engineers often apply equalization and dynamic range compression in order to optimize sound translation on all playback systems.
Why Artificial Intelligence?
Artificial Intelligence and cloud computing evolved in the past years, and now we're finally able to offer Mastering services at scale offering unprecedented quality.
Moises's AI Mastering feature combines state of the art engineering and artificial intelligence taking your creative process to another level. Imagine reviving the sound of the 80s or 90s? What about using your favorite song as a reference for your own master? Artists and Producers usually share reference tracks with engineers for them to get inspired to deliver the sound they want.
Moises empowers music creatives with the tools that they always dreamed of.
Moises artificial intelligence engine learns your reference track and adopts its characteristics to create a master track of your mix (unmastered track).
It's instant and affordable
Processing songs in the cloud can be done fast with unlimited computing power. No more paying high fees for mastering or waiting days to get your tracks done.
Get the sound you want
Our mastering engine will make your track sounds like you want it to. It will match the characteristics of your mix (unmastered track) and the reference track. Then it will master your track with the reference track’s mastering settings.
It follows a simple flow - you take two audio files and upload them to our engine:
ORIGINAL (the original track you want to master, you want it to sound like the reference)
REFERENCE (e.g: mainstream song you want your original song to sound like)
Our algorithm matches both of these tracks and provides you the mastered ORIGINAL track with the same RMS, Frequency Response, Peak Amplitude, and Stereo width as the REFERENCE track has.