Looking forward to hearing from you.
PS: I really want to see you succeed with your music. Many artists after their music has been mastered don’t really know what do next or feel overwhelmed by the amount of information and distribution services out there. To help you cope with this, I’ve a blog where I write guides and also regularly curate articles from other music industry professionals on how to release, market and promote your music. Have a look here, hope it’s useful to you.
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what's in it for you.
What will you get when working together
Personal and fully focus attention to your music
Unlike automated mastering engines, I'll be fully dedicated working on your tracks
Mix Feedback & re-mix protection
If there's anything that might impact the final master - I'll provide you with feedback. Need to remix a song to fix a problem? I’ll happily master your track again.
Each track includes unlimited revisions so we can work together to help you create the sound you’re looking for.
how to guides & tips on releasing your music
Access free how-to guides & tips on how to release, market and promote your music. I'm here to help you all the way to a successful career in music.
A Little bit about myself and the reason for this page
My name is Cefe Flynn, mastering engineer based in Sydney, Australia. Early on in my career as a recording and mixing engineer, I was amazed to see just how many artists skipped mastering- simply because it was too expensive or too hard to find the right engineer. Yet mastering is so important. It’s the only way that your music will be able to stand out or even be accepted in the music industry.
Independent artists shouldn’t have to miss out on the benefits of professional mastering. That’s why I launched my online service, Cefe Flynn Mastering – to bring high-quality, professional and affordable mastering to all artists – no matter how big or small.
My focus is on what is most important for both of us, your music career. Mastering is the last step in the production side of things but a great song and a great master alone will not get you too far. I have been an audio engineer for many years and seen over and over again that once the song is finished and ready for release most artists just haven’t thought about the next steps and don’t know what to do with their songs.
I’m here to help you not only to finish your songs and get them release ready but also to provide with guides and tips on this beautiful but complicated journey of releasing music to the public.
Frequently Asked Questions
There has never been an album worth mentioning that was not properly mastered by a professional engineer. Most artists understand the music-making process except for the final and most crucial step. Mastering isn’t just about making your song as loud as possible. It’s about balancing your track to translate better and provide a great listening experience to your audience. You can learn more about what is mastering and why is necessary at all here.
Searching for mastering engineers on Google is confusing right? From Grammy-award winners to automated mastering engines – so… How do you know who’s worth paying for? And how do you know who’s right for your music? The simplest and quickest way you’ll know is by previewing your mastered track. That’s why I offer a FREE mastering sample for all new clients.
By getting a 2 minute mastered sample of your song – you’ll be able to see how your mastered track sounds before you spend a cent and we’ll both know whether my mastering style is right for you. If you like what hear you will then have the option to buy your full-length master ready to compete with the current top charted songs in your genre.
Yes I do. If you are not happy with my work, you can contact me for free revisions within 30 days. I will do whatever it takes to meet your requirements during our revisions process. If after the revision process we decide that I am not the right person for your project, just contact me for a refund. My only requirement is that my mixes/masters are not released for sale or promotion and that refunds are requested within 30 days of receiving mixes or masters.