Welcome to Scape Mastering!

Recent Projects:
Eddoh – Hoise Is OK (HIOK005)
Peder Mannerfelt (AICD004)
Soundwalk Collective – Asphalt Tango Records (ATR5014)
Soundwalk Collective (Blume004)
Lars Holdhus – Liberation Technology (LTECH008)
Modern Deep Left Quartett (Wagon Repair)
Mario Fürstenberg – Ornaments (ORN032)
Benjamin Bekeschus – Eintakt (ET/AD)
In Sync – Third Ear (3EEP2014-07)
Mantis – Black Smoker Records (BSWT0024)
v.a. – Drwnd (DRWND001)
Somewhen – Sana (SANA002)
DJ Jes – Tardis (TAR004)
Gut & Irmler – Bureau B
v.a. “hamburg ep” Frank Musik (FM12014)
Infinite Loops – Night Time Drama (NTD003)
Cuthead – Uncanny Valley (UVLP02)
Scott Ferguson – Ferrispark (FPR039)
Lars Holdhus – Liberation Technology (LTECH008)
Town House Music (THM04)
Rimini #5

“A good master can only be as good as the mix, but a master becomes better with understanding the purpose and ideas behind the music.”

I started my mastering career in 1996 at Dubplates and Mastering in Berlin, and later opened up my own studio for engineering and mixing in 2000. Since then I have mastered and cut over a couple thousand tracks for various labels such as Mute, Third Ear, Minus, Wagon Repair, Uncanny Valley, Ornaments, Bpitch Control, K7, Sony Classical. I have also worked with artists and producers such as Vince Clark and Martin L Gore on their latest project VCMG, and The Orb featuring Lee Scratch Perry, go here to see a list of Clients.

My focus on mastering is to provide musical solutions for specific productions to have an enhanced sound in every playback situation. To make your productions go further, I use the best old and new technologies available from industry standards such as Weiss, Dangerous Music, Maselec, Neumann, Genelec, Summit Audio, Tube Tech and for a more in depth list go to: Studio and Equipment.

If you would like to know more about our work with equalization and limiting, technical specifications, general sound information, or any other questions please feel free to get in touch with us:
contact@scapemastering.com

Yours Sincerely,

Stefan Betke