Overview of Rapchat mastering effects and how to apply them to your tracks.
The Max Bass mastering setting gives you that extra boost to the low end of your mix.
This is a great option if you want to bring out the lower end frequencies of your vocals or the kick and 808 of the beat.
The Enhanced Quality mastering setting gives you more of an even mix.
This option will help balance your track so you don't have too much low end or high end. It also gives you a small boost in the mid range to make your vocals more clear.
The Max Presence mastering setting gives you that extra boost to the mids and highs of your mix.
This is a great option if you want to bring out the higher frequencies of your vocals and sounds in the mid to high range.
The Focused Vocals mastering setting enhances your vocals to make them more clear.
This is a great option if you struggle with recording vocals and need them to be brought to the forefront of our track.
The Phone Mode mastering setting adds some distortion to your track.
It gives your track more of a gritty feel and boost all the frequencies of the track.
The Fan Flutter mastering setting adds a fluttering effect to your track.
The Reduce Bass mastering setting removes most of the low end frequencies of your mix.
This is a great option if the is too music low end in your vocals or beat.
The Sub Boost mastering setting will boost the lowest frequencies of your track.
This is a great option if you want to give your track a little extra punch without making your vocals sound muddy.
The Sub Pass mastering setting cuts out all of the high frequencies.
This option is a great choice if you only want to hear the low frequencies of your track.