Online AI Mastering
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Waves Online Mastering
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  • Hear It To Believe It

    Tweak, revise, and experience the service free of charge before you commit to a master. Your credits will be used only when you choose to export a master.

    Hear It To Believe It
  • Your Vision, Instantly

    If you know a track that is similar to yours in arrangement and tone, upload it as a reference and we'll tailor the processing of your master according to its sonic characteristics.

    Your Vision, Instantly
  • Superior Sound Quality

    With award-winning engineer Piper Payne on our development team we leveraged 30+ years of processing technology and expertise.

    Superior Sound Quality
  • Release-Ready Masters

    Mastering makes sure your track will translate well on any system. No matter if played on professional setups or an iPhone—we will get your song’s quality on par with other songs on the market.

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What’s next?
It’s simple.

Upload your song and preview our suggested master:
The first master we deliver is called “Precise” and is the one we believe suits your song best.

Customize until it’s exactly what you want:
Since your taste is what matters, you can easily adjust the Style and Tone of your master.

Optional: Upload a reference track
Our system will extract information from the reference and process your track accordingly.

You will be charged only when you commit
to the final master.

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Unmatched Sound Quality
From Kendrick Lamar and Billie Eilish to Drake, Taylor Swift and Foo Fighters, Waves’ Technical Grammy®-winning audio technology has shaped countless hit recordings for decades.
Waves Audio is the recipient of the Technical Grammy Award 2011

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the goal of mastering?

Mastering gives a final polish to the overall sound of your music and ensures that your song sounds consistent across various platforms and playback systems. Waves Online Mastering excels in this aspect by applying advanced techniques and expertise to optimize your tracks for different playback formats. Our meticulous approach to mastering ensures that your music translates well across different devices and environments, resulting in a professional and cohesive listening experience, no matter where your audience chooses to enjoy your songs.

Is mastering just about loudness?

No. While loudness is one aspect of the mastering process, mastering also involves other critical elements such as dynamics, tonal balance, stereo imaging, and more. Waves Online Mastering takes a comprehensive approach, incorporating custom-tailored processing techniques and advanced technology to enhance all of these sonic characteristics of your music.

Can I try the service for free?

You can preview 30-second segments of each mastered song for free. To complete and export the final master, you will need to purchase credits: please see our pricing page for more details.

What file types can I upload to Waves Online Mastering?

You can upload the following files:

  • File type: WAV, AIF, AIFF, MP3
  • Sample rate: 44.1, 48, 88.2 or 96 kHz
  • Bit depth: 16, 24 or 32 bit

You can export mastered files in the following formats:

  • File type: WAV, MP3
  • Sample rate: 44.1, 48, 88.2 or 96 kHz
  • Bit depth: 24 or 32 bit

Please note that we support stereo tracks only. We do not master surround mixes. (We do support mono tracks, though that is not the recommended format for contemporary mastering.)

If I already have a Waves account, do I use the same account and login details to log into Waves Online Mastering?

Yes. If you already have a Waves account, simply use your regular user name and password to log into Waves Online Mastering.

If you do not yet have a Waves account, open one for free here.

Are there any tutorials to get me started?

We have created tutorials with acclaimed mastering engineer Piper Payne to help you get the most out of the service. You can watch the videos here, or inside the service after you upload a song. for more details.

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