Preparing your master

We strongly recommend that you submit your master by post. Why? It’s your master, you’ve checked it and when we receive it we produce identical copies of what you have sent us. Sending individual tracks via upload can potentially lead to corrupted files and will incur additional mastering charges.

Please send your master to: Discburner, 6 Woodside Park, Catteshall Lane, Godalming, Surrey GU6 1LG 

Please note we don’t return masters unless requested but keep them on file for fast turnaround on repeat runs.

We do accept masters via digital transfer usually for tight deadline jobs, and often for data only projects such as CD-Roms. If you do wish to upload rather than send, give us a call and we’ll talk through the best way to proceed.

There are a couple of things worth remembering when creating your master and as always if you’re in any doubt just call – we’re quite friendly and very helpful!


Before submitting your master carefully listen all the way through, checking that you are happy with the levels, that the tracks are in the right order and that there is a gap between each track (unless you specifically want it otherwise).

Use a high quality CD-R and when burning your master and use the slowest speed possible, preferably x4 speed. You should find the setting for this in your burning software.


The same rules apply for DVD duplication. Please use as high a quality DVD master burned as slowly as possible. Check your master all the way through to make sure everything is in order including menu links etc.