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Postudio is a professional audio mastering and postproduction studio located in Brno (Czech Republic), featuring the best of both vintage analog and modern digital tools. Music Is our passion, we focus on making a big sound in an intimate setting.

MASTERING: $50 per track

In case that you want me to mix whole album price would be different - for example up to 10 songs, each song up to 5 minutes length would be $275/€215. Please upload your songs via wetransfer.com and please let me know also via separate e-mail that you uploaded your tracks. Please send tracks in Wav, 24bit/44 KHz format as minimmum - I am very sorry but MP3 tracks cannot be processed. One track could be mastered in 48 hours from your upload. The whole album takes normally 1 week. You will get 20 - 30 sec preview of each song. Once the preview is approved, you will need to proceed with your payment and you will get whole tracks. After that you have another 5 days for your comments and improvements.

MIXING:  $60 per track or call for a Quote

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STUDIO TIME: $25 per hour

Every music is different, every musician is different so also your quote could be different. The rate above is my standard rate. I can also record you at your place, rehearsal room etc. while I charge you 0.40$/0.30 EUR per km. Travelling within Brno is for free, I am sometimes in Zlin (CZ) area, rarely I am in Dublin (IRL) - so it's up to our discussion. The best is to give me a ring / send me an e-mail and we will discuss.

ALL TOGETHER?: Call for a Quote

I leave it up to our discussion. We are all different so we might end up in different needs so sticking up to "per track"or "per hour" rate could be unfair sometimes. Let's go for a pint before we start and discuss ;)