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Free Mastering Sample

Nagasaki Sound offers a free mastering sample for new clients. Check out what mastering with us can do for your mix. We’re proud of our work and would love to give you a taste of the results you can expect. Get started now…

Easy Steps for a Free Mastering Sample

  1. Prepare your sample song according to our mastering guidelines. MP3’s are not accepted.
  2. Name your file clearly. “Artist – Song.wav”  or “ArtistSong (Remix).wav”
  3. Upload your file securely to us here: nagasakisound.wetransfer.com. Include a message with: Artist name, song title, and your project info. Submissions without messages are not accepted.
  4. We’ll return your free mastering sample as soon as possible. Paid clients receive priority.

Important!

Serious inquiries only. This offer is for a free mastering sample, not a complete song. Your mastering sample will usually be the first 60 seconds of the submitted track. If not representative of the entire song, we’ll choose a more appropriate section of audio.

7 Million YouTube Views!

This awesome cover of  TOOL’s 46 and 2  was mastered here at Nagasaki Sound and it kind of blew up the internet. If you’re a TOOL fan, you’ve probably already been amazed by the talent of these kids. 7 million people can’t be wrong. Check it out! Mastering Engineer: Steve Nagasaki

  • I tried out several mastering previews for this track and yours clearly stands out as the very best! I love what you did to the tune, that analog character was really missing, and that extra punch works really well… Thanks again. You sir, are now my go-to mastering engineer!

    Dmitri, TETRAPOD
  • Thanks Steve, both sound great!! I’ll definitely recommend you to anyone looking for mastering and you’ll hear from us again on our upcoming EP.

    Ben, YOUR WEIGHT IN GOLD
  • Big thanks to Nagasaki Sound for a very professional job. It’s gonna be real loud!

    Jason, APES WITH HOBBIES
  • Hey Steve – I’m impressed with what you have done with my song in such little time! It sounds way cleaner and the instruments have so much more room to breath. I also love what you did with the stereo imaging!

    Al, CATHLEEN AND ALRUS