R.S. Records's Information
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R.S. RECORDS / RavenStudioz DK LTD
2006 is a well known global
independent club record company.
Specialized in all kind of dancefloor
music. You cant always see what we
have been working with. Always look
for R.S. winged logo & read the small
R.S. RECORDS artists: RavenStudioz DK
LTD 2006 (Also Owner & Founder of R.S.
Records) More details visit our
website. - DeFusionUK - Andy Breo
Productions - Camarilla - Steven West
- Mon:Stereo - Enceladus - The Battle
Siren, Jon Purdey, Just to mention a
R.S. RECORDS Profession: Record label,
Promotion, Music Distribution, Music
Production & Mixing, Sound
Engineering. R.S. RECORDS is official
partner with DFUK mastering & mixing
service, IODA, Juno, and many more.
Sorry we are not that active here on
this site, we are extreemly busy with
artists and general label work.
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Mastering Tips 1
120Hz and lower: these frequencies are generally
responsible for warmth in a recording. Too much
and the recording will sound muddy.
120Hz - 600Hz: these frequencies give depth to a
recording, giving vocals and other instruments a
strong sense of presence without being clinical.
On the other hand, these frequencies are where
you're most likely to experience problems with
vocal resonance. Too much in this area can be
600Hz - 3kHz: these frequencies also give presence
but of a generally harder nature. High output in
this region is fairly common in rock music as it
gives it a hard edge that suites the genre.
3kHz- 7kHz: is the area where vocal sibilance
resides. 3kHz-5kHz is a very common peaking area
in rock music because human hearing is pretty
sensitive here and extra output here makes it
sound louder. It also adds a harshness that is
particularly fatiguing so don't over do it.
Because of the high sensitivity in this region you
can add warmth without loss of clarity by
attenuating this region a bit.
7kHz -: Cymbals etc, and all the other components
that add the sense of quality and accuracy. Above
10kHz too much output may make your recordings
sound like they are lacking some definition.
If your tracks lack warmth and have too much
sibilance you either have too little output below
500Hz or too much above 3kHz. A generally good
balance will be pretty flat from around 60Hz up to
1-2kHz and then rolling off to be around 10-20 dB
down at 10kHz. How much tapering at the spectrum
ends you'll need will depend on the nature of the
If there are some sharp peaks in the peak spectrum
that stand out above the rest then they may need
to be attenuated a bit. Again, don't try to
eliminate the peak but just reduce and control it
a bit. A good rule of thumb would be to reduce the
peak so that it is about as high as the other
undulations on the spectrum.
Finally, strong output in the region of 3-5kHz can
make recordings sound fatiguing and clinical. If
you have strong output in this region reduce it by
You donít quit your job and then buy lottery
tickets. Believe it or not, that is exactly what
most artists do when they make an album and send
it to labels expecting some external force to
anoint them with instant success.
Being an artist requires a serious commitment to
hard work and persistence in non-musical areas in
order to achieve success. This has always been
true. It is called paying dues. Each artist is a
business whether you want to see it that way or
not. Succeeding requires revenues and spending
just like any other business. The artist business
is the business of building a fan base, managing
and monetizing that fan base
I quit are two words that carry a lot of impact.
They signal the end of something and, usually,
they are uttered in defeat. The musician job that
has given you nothing but pain for five years or
the hobby music that just doesnít shape up the way
you planned are often motivating factors behind
these two words. Still, there is something else
about this phrase that often goes unnoticedÖ
The people who are successful in their fields
NEVER say the words I quit.
Take a moment to absorb that. Let it sink in.
Successful people may move on, change their goals
or adapt but they never quit. No matter what
obstacles appear on their horizons, they keep
pushing forward to be the best they can be because
that is part of what defines their success.
Try say these words: "Never think about giving up
because Iím a Go Getter. I mean, to this day, Iím
still unsigned but I wonít give up, signed or not.
I donít make music for the money, I make it for
the fans and because I love the art and I have a
goal to reach and I will."
That, my friends, is the mark of a successful
individual in any field. When we allow ourselves
the luxury of quitting, we are dooming ourselves
to failure. Just because something that you want
so bad doesnít happen when you want it to, doesnít
mean it will never happen. Be patient, and stay
You canít win if you donít play. Thereís a lot of
meaning in those words. Too many of us give up on
our dreams of being successful in the music world
because things are too hard, I got scammed or Iím
never going to make it. Guess what? You may be
right but, if you donít play the game and keep
trying, youíre definitely going to lose so why not
go down swinging? When you say I quit, you just
threw your chances away. Those words are a
powerful tool. They should be our mantra. If you
stay determined, you can succeed in the music
industry but when you quit, you choose to fail. I
hope all of you choose to succeed. I want to see
your names on the charts and hear your songs on
the radio because I truly believe that we have
some awesome musicians all over the globe. But the
choice is yours. I canít make it for you.
There are a lot of changes coming in the music
world and some of them wonít be easy but they are
necessary. Itís time to decide if you have what it
takes to be part of it. So, itís time to make a
choice. Are you going to be a success or are you
going to quit?