House Mastering - DJ Nita

House Mastering - DJ Nita

DJ Nita Testimonial
"Wanted to let you know the one project has made it up online,  Erickatoure - Ericka! reWorked and it's doin well on the underground circuit!"
 
 
John Rogers, Big Label Sound Studio
DJ Nita submitted dozens of funky club house songs from various artists he was working with.  The songs have a nice beat to them; and a thick sound with good power.
 
With this particular project, since the mixes were very good, all we needed to do was “enhance” what was already there, not drastically change anything.  Just make everything a little thicker, a little clearer, added balance and leveled it so it can be blasted loud in clubs all over the world.  The final result was dozens of great sounding masters!
 
Thanks for letting Big Label Sound Studio work with you and your associates!  We wish you all the very best!
 
Needless to say, the mastering job came out excellent!  G.S.C.A. we wish you the best!
 
 
 
We offer professional mixing and mastering here at Big Label Sound Mastering Studio.  High quality work at an affordable price!  You can also receive a FREE Mastering Demo, with no obligation.
 
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