We always recommend that you attend your mastering session if possible in order to take an active role in shaping the sound of your master. Don’t worry if you’re unfamiliar with the process; your engineer will guide you through and you can have as much (or as little) input as you want.the engineer can then get a better idea of what you’re after simply by spending some time with you.
If you don’t want to be too hands on about it sit back and you’ll get the chance to see how and where it all happens.
At the end of your mastering session you will be able to take away a reference CD (usually referred to as a CDRef) or some WAV files if you prefer so that you can have a listen to the results of the session at your leisure and on a range of playback systems. Should require any revisions just let us know: once you have approved the work we can proceed to create the final production master.