What you get:
Mixing is the bulk of the work and can include, but is not limited to:
EQ, Compression, Limiting, Saturation, Automation, Delay, Reverb, Creating Busses and Sends, Balancing Levels, Making Shitty Sound Good Etc.
The mastering process is absolutely crucial to getting the right sound for your track.
Mastering seems to be the elusive dark art that no one understands, so here's the most simple explanation we could find:
"Mastering is the final step of audio post-production.
The purpose of mastering is to balance sonic elements of a stereo mix and optimise playback across all systems and media formats. Traditionally, mastering is done using tools like equalisation, compression, limiting and stereo enhancement.
There are several considerations in this process: unifying the sound of a record, maintaining consistency across an album, and preparing for distribution."
We can give you input and feedback on any technical questions about mix prep, best practices for recording and editing your songs, instrument choices, string choices, microphone/preamp choices, or anything else that can impact the result of the final product.
The better the source audio, the better the final product will be.
We'll be here to help wherever we can to make sure everything is the highest quality possible before you send it to me.
This is the definition of a win/win outcome.
We want to do whatever we can to make sure the final product is excellent.
Included for free are 3 rounds of revisions. Revisions work best when you take as much time as you need to listen to the mix on good headphones or speakers and gather all your revision notes for us.
Our goal is to make this a smooth and simple a process for you.
Whats not included:
This includes guitar editing, bass editing, drum editing, vocal editing, pitch correction, etc.
This includes post-production, FX, synth, atmospheric soundscapes, extensive instrumental effects (delays, reverbs, etc.).
Let's get started!
Here's what to do next:
Step 1: Fill in your details below and click 'send'
Step 2: We'll contact you with a few questions and some helpful information
Step 3: Receive your mixed and mastered track!