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We developed the unique automatic flexible processing algorithm, which offers a novel online mastering experience, where you show us: how your track should sound by sending the REFERENCE.
Matchering will make your track sounds like you want:
1st step – To match characteristics of your TARGET and the REFERENCE tracks;
2nd step – To master your TARGET track with the REFERENCE track’s mastering settings.
It opens a wide range of opportunities:
You can make your track instantly sounds like your favorite artist's;
You can make all the tracks of your new album to sound the same very quickly;
You can find new aspects of your sound in experiments;
You can do everything as you want, because of: Your References, Your Rules.
It is easy to understand what Matchering does by thinking not of audio but of pictures.
For example - this is your TARGET track:
And this is the REFERENCE track (as your TARGET should sound):
This is your TARGET track after Matchering:
So... Make your track sounds like you want NOW! Your References, Your Rules.
It is the non-commercial project created by a small team consisting of three people. Extensive experience in sound engineering and design, digital signal processing and coding allowed us to start our first online service called Matchering. We are working on new useful and unexplored sound tools, and we will bring them to you soon.
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What is Matchering?
It is an automated audio matching and mastering algorithm. For more info read ABOUT section.
Why does my track need it?
Your TARGET track will have the same power, "frequency color" and stereo width as any REFERENCE track after this processing. Also your track will be mastered with the REFERENCE track’s mastering settings.
Does Matchering use the neural network?
No. Not yet. We are developing another algorithm for novel neural audio processing. But it is a secret for now.
Which file types are allowed?
We accept only .WAV, .MP3, .AIF/AIFF and .FLAC for now.
What are the maximum file size, track length, etc.?
It is 300 MB per any uploaded file or 15 minutes of audio per track. Also we only accept mono and stereo audio files for now. All non 44100 Hz audio will be resampled to 44100 Hz before the processing.
Are there any limits of the usage?
No, you can use your Matchered tracks wherever you want.
How should I prepare my audio before Matchering?
First of all: your TARGET audio should not be clipped. You should leave some headroom about -3 or -6 dB. It is recommended to upload the TARGET audio file with the best quality possible, for e.g. WAV 44100 Hz with 24 or 16 bits. Also we recommend you do not use any processing at master bus (for e.g. limiters, maximizers, equalizers, etc.).
How could I change Matchering options?
You could change it by uploading another REFERENCE.
How do I choose the right REFERENCE?
It is up to you, but we may recommend something: The REFERENCE track should have the same genre and style as the TARGET track has. Also for a perfect experience the root key of the REFERENCE must be the same as the root key of your TARGET. Check the structures of the TARGET and the REFERENCE tracks, for perfect results they should contain similar layers.
I have "In queue for processing" message with no changes for a long time.
It means there is a really big queue of people at matchering currently, or we are doing some maintenance.
I got the error message while processing, what should I do?
Read the error message, fix your files and try to reupload them.
What are the differences between Matchered audio formats?
MP3 192 is usually for the web and previews;
MP3 320 is also for the web, but it has the best quality for MP3;
WAV 16-bit is the Audio CD standard. It is the most common audio format, when you need to send your track to the label;
WAV 24-bit is the extra HQ format for audiophiles, and it is needed sometimes.
Why did not my mono TARGET become as wide as the REFERENCE?
Your TARGET track should have some stereo information to process it. If it is pure mono, it is nothing to process.
Why do I get peaks in Matchered MP3?
It is normal, because MP3 is lossy.
Will you remain free in the future?
Our service will be free until the BETA stage. That's all we can say for now.
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