|Studio D Mastering And What You Need|
It's important that your Audio Master sounds exactly the way you want it to sound, with all of the songs in the correct order and the right amount of spacing between songs. You should make a safety copy of your master before you ship or deliver it anywhere.
Track listing form
You must complete a Track Listing Form with your master. Required information on the form includes a complete and accurate song sequence listing all events (tones, silences, songs, outtakes, noises, etc.) as they occur.
Maximum program lengths vary by format. For CDs, the maximum industry recommended length is 78:00 minute total time. For programs over the industry recommended 78:00 total time, you must submit a signed disclaimer form with your mastering order.
Master formats we acceptWe can accept your master on one of the following formats:
CD-R master (Audio, AIFF, WAV, SD2 and MP3 files)
Digital Audio Tape (DAT)
1/2" or 1/4" Analog Tape (extra cost will be applied)
Handling your masters
Handle all masters carefully, both before and after recording. Touch them only by the edges and keep them free of fingerprints and scratches that can cause data errors. Make sure your master and cases are labeled clearly with your contact information.