Audio Mastering & Sweetening for
Online Distribution, CD/DVD, Radio & Short Films
Mark Fuller Mastering combines analog and digital technologies with vast human and musical experience to help finish your project and ready it for delivery to any medium required. Rates are competitive and vary based on the requirements of your project. Please make contact for a personalized assessment and price quote.
Finished product can be delivered in any/all of the following formats:
Apple digital master-certified and high resolution provider-ready wav
DDP for CD replication
24 or 32 bit wav prepped for vinyl acetate cut
High quality compressed files (AAC, MP3/4, FLAC) with metadata encoded
Mastering service can include:
Compression and Limiting
UPC/EAN code acquisition and embedding
Removal of clicks, pops, hum and hiss
Fade-ins and outs, crossfades and segues
Sequencing and pauses
Mark Fuller's career in music spans several decades. With a formal education in music from the University of Colorado at Denver, later at the Ali Akbar College of Music (with lessons from Ustad Zakir Hussain & Ustad Alla Rakha), he spent his early years playing drums and tabla in almost every kind of musical context a person could play. He was a co-founder of Denver’s Balinese Gamelan orchestra, “Tunas Mekar”. Years of recording and gigging developed deep musical empathy with a huge variety of music and people.
Over time, writing music, sound design, recording and producing became his focus. Work with notable engineers Bob Drake, Kevin Clock, John Macy, Steve McNamara, Ken Koroshotz and Paul DeVillres and sound designers/composers, Bruce Odland and Mark McCoin, contributed to his growth as an engineer beginning in the era when analog multitrack tape was the common medium. During the pervasive emergence of digital audio in the later 1990s, Mark was in Los Angeles running a Pro Tools-based studio for a film company and worked on countless indie projects, as well as contracting out as an editor for producers at facilities all over the city.
Returning to the Bay Area in the early 2000’s, Mark served 7 years as Audio Producer at KRCB-FM in Sonoma County where he engineered, mixed, wrote and voiced scripts, recorded and mixed dozens of musical artists, engineered live and pre-recorded interviews on-site and via ISDN to numerous countries and worked closely with tech staff tweaking broadcast processing technologies.
Increasing demand for his mastering work eventually led Mark to officially establish Mark Fuller Mastering, allowing him to fully focus on the craft.
If you’re searching for mastering services that will be on time, on budget, and sound fantastic, and you value openness to your aspirations, an informed yet flexible musical opinion of what a project could sound like, and a technical sense of how to achieve it, get in touch.
WHO IS MARK FULLER?