Do you have tracks you recorded at home and need a profesional mix done for you?
Are you unsatisfied with the mix that you have?
Send it to us and we’ll use our classic analog SSL4040 console, tube and solid state gear, and years of experience and expertise to give you a solid,
punchy, pro mix, all without you having to leave your home. We’ve mixed songs for people from all over the US as well as clients from Canada to
Norway to Russia.
Send your tracks to email@example.com using wetransfer.com or a similar large file transfer service. Please DO NOT share a dropbox
folder with us.
When you send your files, please provide us with as many mix notes as possible regarding production, mixing effects or if a song needs to be
faded out. We require WAV or AIFF files (44.1, 48, 88.2 or 96KHz). These should be bounced/consolidated from 0:00 or bar 1, Beat 1, and all be
the same length and the same sample rate.
We ask that you please supply multi-track files dry, without reverb or effects. But, if you feel that a specific effect, processing or creative element
(filter sweeps, delays etc.) is an integral part of the sound then include that track with effects and also a clearly labelled ‘dry safety’ version
without efects so that we have options. The extra version(s) of the tracks won’t count against the track total.
Do not send DAW sessions files (Nuendo, Logic, Cubase, Pro Tool, Reaper, etc.) We need ust the WAV files exported from your DAW.
Print any MIDI/virtual instrument tracks as audio and export as an audio track.
We will use all tracks that you send us unless advised otherwise. It is your responsibility to send tracks that are ready for mixing - meaning the
correct takes, crossfades completed within, unwanted noise removed from tracks, etc.
Please clearly label tracks (i.e., Kick, Snare, Lead Vocal, Bass, etc.) DO NOT send us tracks just labelled as Audio 1, Audo 2, etc. That will require us
to go through and figure out what is what and make it much more time intensive.
If you know of specific things you would like us to fix, like timing issues or certain pitch probelms, include the exact time and problem of the
issues so that we can find those spots. We can definitely do overall pitch correction as part of the mix provided extreme amounts of tuning are
not needed. We pride ourselves on the ability to do very transparent pitch correction to ensure a very natural, non-robotic sound - unless that is
what you’re going for, in which case, let us know that.
We welcome as much email correspondence prior to sending us your files as you would like. The more information we get from you, the better we’ll
be able to give you the mix you need.
Once we have your files for mixing, we’ll send you an invoice that can be paid online. Once we have a completed mix, we will send you a WAV file and
an MP3 for you to listen to. This file WILL NOT be a mastered file, which means it will not be as loud as a mastered comercially released mix. Please
keep this in mind and try to match volumes if you are comparing the mix to other tracks. At this stage we are intensely focused on getting your mix
slammin’ and we believe it is best that the mastering is done as a completely separate process.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
$150 per song for 1-32 tracks (mono tracks - stereo audio count as 2 mono tracks)
$175 per song for 32+ tracks (mono tracks - stereo audio count as 2 mono tracks)
Songs that are over 7 minutes may incur additional charges. We would need to see what all is
involved in the song to know for sure.
Online mixes include one free mix revision session after you listen to the inital mix and send us your feedback.
Revisions must be within reason. Extreme amounts of revisions will be billed at the hourly rate of $70/hour
Revisions after the first free round are billed at $70/hour.
Once you have received the mix from us, take a listen and live with it for a couple of
days. Then, if you would like to make some adjustments, send us a detailed email with
the revisions you would like make. As long as it is a reasonable amount of revisions, the
first round is free.
What is a revision?
Minor tweaks to elements in the mix such as level adjustments (bring the
vocal up, kick drum down, etc.), eq adjustments (brighten the snare, etc.), adjustment of
reverb or effect levels. Large amounts of adjustments or major changes in direction will
be charged at the regular hourly rate of $70/hr. Generally, we assume that we can recall
the mix and make the revisions, and print new mixes in 30 to 45 minutes. If the amount
of revisions goes much beyond that, then we have to consider charging for it.
Further rounds of revisions are welcome, but are charged at the hourly rate of $70 per
hour. As mentioned, just a handful of revisions along with mix recall and new prints of
the mix can be completed in an hour or less.
FREE ROUND OF REVISIONS
4902 Don Dr.
Dallas, TX 75247
GUARANTEED 10 DAY
*usually much faster