This relationship type belongs to the Engineer Relationship Class.
This describes an engineer responsible for preparing and transferring recorded audio from a source containing the final mix to a master (the audio source from which all copies will then be manufactured). See the Wikipedia article on audio mastering for more details and a history for this type of engineering.
For assistance in determining the correct relationship types to use when describing compiling, DJ mixing, mastering, mixing, remastering, remixing, and sampling, please refer to Mix Terminology.
- This indicates the date the engineer first worked on engineering the recording.
- This indicates the date the engineer last worked on engineering the recording.
- This indicates a minor or subsidiary mastering role.
- This indicates that the person collaborated in their mastering duties, with another mastering engineer or with the performing artist, either of whom should then also be given a co-mastering engineer credit.
- This indicates specific instruments which were mastered.
- This indicates specific vocals which were mastered.
If multiple instruments and/or vocals are applicable, they should be indicated as multiple instrument and/or vocal attributes to the same relationship, not indicated one at a time in multiple relationships.