Audio Mastering Is Important!

MASTERING is the final preparation of your mixes before they are released to the public. It involves critical listening, creative decisions, meticulous documentation, preparation of sound files for CD, Electronic Music Distribution and Vinyl plus the very best sound tools available.

That’s why you should choose The BitFarm for your mastering — we got all that! 🙂

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Pricing for Audio Mastering and Restoration


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Listen to Pre- and Post-Mastered Music Content


How to Contact The BitFarm…

About The Bit Farm

The Bit Farm Mastering & Audio Restoration Studio in Torrey Utah uses a unique hybrid signal chain comprised of state-of-the-art digital processing and old-school analog hardware. This processing combo produces beautiful, detailed and organic-sounding master files.


JSA-headshot-square01James Anderson is the Sr. Mastering Engineer here at The Bit Farm. For more than 40 years, he’s been practicing the art of audio.

His experience, listening skills, technical knowledge and attention to detail make him a great person to have on your production team.

James is also bi-lingual speaking both ‘Musician’ and ‘Engineer’ languages fluently.


  • Mastering at all sample rates: 44.1 -> 384 kHz
  • Analog and digital processing
  • File format specialists: MP3, AAC, ALAC, FLAC…
  • We do metadata: UPC/EAN, ISRC, Album/Artist/Track Title/Artwork
  • Apple Digital Masters Certified



Our Services

  • Mastering For Digital & Vinyl
  • Hiss, Hum & Distortion Reduction
  • CD & DDP Delivery
  • Analog Tape Digitizing
  • High Resolution Conversion
  • Plenty Of Free Parking 😉

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Latest Bit Farm Projects:

Kate MacLeod: The Secret Forest Lament (Single)

Writer Rachel Kolibas says “(Kate) MacLeod’s voice can easily put

“Jesus Is The Light” Single

Blenda McGary & One Voice Children’s Choir have released their

“Nothin’ Lastin”: A new album of original songs by Hal Cannon

There’s not enough space in this post to list Hal

Garth Smith: Classical Piano For The Sabbath Day

Garth Smith is an award winning pianist/composer/musician accomplished in several

Mandie Pinto ‘Light’ Single

Mandie’s passion for music is seen and heard in the

Bucket of Witches Self Titled E.P.

Bucket of Witches is a bluesy rock, funk and soul

iAwake Technologies ‘Refuge’

Refuge A place of peace amid the storms of life

Hugh Howard ‘This Town We Call LaVerkin’ Single

Hugh Howard released his single ‘This Town We Call LaVerkin’,

Journey to the Depths of the Soul – iAwake Technologies

Finding the Meaning of Your Life Journey to the Depths


What Is Audio Mastering?

In brief, mastering is the preparation of your final music mixes (either in stereo or multi-channel) for distribution as a CD/DVD/Blu-ray optical disc, a vinyl record, MP3, Apple Music, Amazon Music and other electronic music distribution or streaming mediums.

Mastering makes good mixes sound great and makes great mixes sound fantastic.

Mastering can not change things like instruments or vocals being too loud in the mix.

All mastering here at the Bit Farm is done with a unique hybrid blend of analog and digital processing. That workflow creates a beautiful natural-sounding final product.

The mastering process starts with a critical listening pass through your music, then tracks are laid out in the sequence you provide to us. Careful processing like EQ, multi-band compression, stereo image enhancement and limiting are added to each song, bringing a cohesive and consistent overall tone and volume level to your mixes. Next, the fade-in and fade-out of each song is carefully addressed and the timing between each song gets decided. Finally, the track IDs or PQ codes get assigned and metadata (artwork, album/artist name. ISRC) is tagged to each song. Then those songs are exported as 24-bit files for electronic music delivery as well as 16-bit files delivered as a DDP (Disc Descriptor Protocol) for CD.

The Bit Farm Is A Certified Apple Digital Masters Content Provider.

Mastering also involves the assignment of an International Standard Recording Code (ISRC) to each track. ISRCs are the digital fingerprint for each song you create.

The Bit Farm is a registered ISRC licensee, so creating that metadata for you is a breeze.

Learn more about what ISRCs are and how to purchase one HERE.

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