Hard Rock Mastering - 1 Sick Unit

[They Asked For It LOUD!!!]
 
 

Hard Rock Mastering - 1 Sick Unit

 
 1 Sick Unit Testimonial
"I have listen to all the tracks on various speakers and I feel you have done a fantastic job!!!  I have followed your suggestion on mixing and am in the process of having the rest of the tracks remixed so everything has space, which should make the mastering process easier and better."
 
 
John Rogers, Big Label Sound Studio
This powerful rock cd came to us mainly lacking punch, clarity, and overall volume. Listen closely how muffled the "before" samples sound. We worked extensively with 1 Sick Unit to get the exact sound they were looking for.  Clear, but hard sounding metal. We even gave suggestions on the mix so they could adjust it and achieve that sound.
 
 
 
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