About us
What is Get Mastered?



About us
What is Get Mastered?




My name is Keenan, and for all of my life I have had a passion for really, really great sounding recordings. I grew up recording my own original music and have never looked back - I’m currently a candidate for a Masters of Engineering in Acoustics and received my undergraduate degree in Electrical Engineering and Music Recording. I’ve had experience researching human perception of audio quality, creating automated room equalization algorithms, and engineering directional hearing devices to aid people with hearing loss. I’m of course also an active musician, singing and playing guitar in a band, and messing around with whatever instruments I can get my hands on.

Having self-produced my own music for many years, I know how difficult it can be to perform, record, mix, and master something that you are completely proud of. In my experience, there was always that special “extra something” missing. Before long I realized an easy way to make my audio better: get someone with more experience to help!

I had heard of mastering being the stage where this “extra something” is added by professionals. Unfortunately, typical mastering services were completely beyond my budget, while any cheaper services or automated softwares I could find were not cutting it at all. Even more than that though, I wanted someone who knew what they were doing to listen to my music and not only give my track a professional sound, but give me feedback on what I could be doing better. And I couldn’t find that outside of my college classrooms.

That is why I created Get Mastered: as a way for musicians, recording hobbyists, and other audio professionals to foster a direct relationship with an experienced mastering engineer, and not only create amazing recordings, but learn how to become better producers in the process.

Here’s to making amazing music, together!

-Keenan Hye
Founder, engineer, and voice behind most of these blog posts







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