House Music Mastering Service - Deep House/ tech-House

House music mastering audio

Get your song handled by a mastering engineer who knows the genre inside and out.


No matter if classic house music, minimal house, modern deep house, or pumping tech house. Here your house music mastering gets optimized for perfect playback on club sound systems. Here you get help finishing your songs faster.



Make a masterpiece out of your house productions.

After the processing, your house music master has the perfect groove and analog warmth. To keep up with the sound quality of top producers.


Let your house productions translate perfectly on all playback devices. 

The goal is for your listeners to feel your Song perfectly, whether on Spotify, Soundcloud, and Beatport.


You also get advice for your mixdown: 

Here you get the long-awaited help to get the mix between kick and bass right.


Make your groovy basslines, lush bass drums, and airy hi-hats stand out.

Get your house music mastering if only the best sound quality matters.


Get the sound your Song deserves.



You will have better chances of getting your Song signed to your favorite label.

Tech House Mastering

tech house mastering

Created in the mid-90s, tech house is now one of the most successful house genres. As the name suggests, this music genre combines techno and house music elements. 

Acid House mastering

acid house mastering

Acid House was developed in the 80s in Chicago and is characterized by the typical 303 Acid synth sound.

Deep House Mastering

deep House Mastering

Well-danceable deep-house is a slower, melody-oriented style of house music with a history of emergence in the 80s. 

History of House Music

  • House music originated in the early 1980s in Chicago, Illinois.
  • It was created by DJs and producers who combined elements of funk, soul, and disco music.
  • House music quickly spread to other cities in the United States, including New York City and Detroit.
  • The genre became popular in the gay and African-American communities and was often played in underground clubs and parties.
  • House music was heavily influenced by drum machines and synthesizers, creating a unique electronic sound.
  • In the late 1980s and early 1990s, house music began to gain mainstream popularity and spread to Europe and the United Kingdom.
  • Today, house music continues to evolve and has spawned many sub-genres, including deep house, acid house, and tech house.
  • Some influential house music artists include Frankie Knuckles, Marshall Jefferson, and Frankie Bones.
  • And house music continues to be a popular genre in clubs and festivals around the world.

Producing House Music

Understanding the basics of house music

House music is electronic dance music originated in the Chicago club scene in the early 1980s. It is characterized by a repetitive 4/4 beat, extensive use of samples and drum machines, and a focus on creating a sense of energy and atmosphere on the dance floor.


To master house music production, it is essential to understand the key elements that make up the genre. These include using a steady 4/4 beat, a focus on basslines and drums, and samples and synth sounds to create a sense of atmosphere.


Creating a powerful beat

The foundation of any house track is the beat. A steady 4/4 beat is essential to create a sense of energy and drive on the dance floor. It is critical to focus on the kick and snare drums when making a beat, as these are the elements that drive the track forward. 


Developing a strong bassline

The bassline is another essential element of house music. It provides the foundation for the track and helps to create a sense of energy and movement. When creating a bassline, it is important to focus on the rhythm and overall feel of the track. 


Using awesome samples and synths

House music is known for using samples and synth sounds to create a sense of atmosphere. These elements add texture and depth to a track, creating a sense of movement and energy.


Using effects

To create a polished and professional sound, it is vital to use effects such as reverb, delay, and compression. These effects can add depth, space, and atmosphere to a track. 

Master your House Songs

No matter what house music sub-genre, you get help here:


2 Step, Acid House, Chicago House, Deep House, Dream House, French House, Funky House, Future House, Hard House, Hip House, Italo Dance, Minimal House/Microhouse, Progressive House, Tech House, Tribal House, Tropical House