Mix your track for you

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What you get with this Hourlie

Got a finished track that you've finished recording but need it mixing down before mastering to bring out everything as good as It can be?

I have been producing, mixing and mastering a wide range of music for around 14 years now and have worked on a wide range of music, from pop, ambient, electronica, trap, house, to grindcore, black metal, and industrial music. I am always looking to expand my skill and technique set as well and perfecting industry staples I already use.
I love working with people to get their ideas out and sounding as good as possible, so am looking forward to helping in any way I can.

You can upload the files and send to me via dropbox or wetransfer(Or other agreed service) and I will return in the same manner.

On receipt of the audio files I will get in touch and we will discuss what is wanted for the track.

Once I have what I believe to be a finished product I will send you a 320kbps MP3 for you to review and I will make any changes you wish from there, I am happy to keep going until you are fully satisfied with the mix of the track, so there are limitless revisions, as it is a fine detail situation.
Once the project is completed I will send original files back and the finished product In 24bit WAV 96kHz format (unless you specify otherwise).

I offer to use binaural processing on mixing services for the full immersive impact.

The quoted price is for a single song comprised of up to 8 stems.

Get more with Hourlie Add-ons

  • I can mix a single track (up to 16 stems)

    Additional 1 working day

    +$14
  • I can mix a single track (up to 32 stems)

    Additional 2 working days

    +$35
  • I can mix a single track (up to 64 stems)

    Additional 2 working days

    +$69

What the Seller needs to start the work

Individually bounced stems for your tracks, making sure they are all the same length with the same start points so I can line them up.

24bit or 32bit at 96kHz is preferred but anything down to a minimum of 16 bit at 44.1kHz is fine.

Do not place reverbs on the stems themselves, if there is a reverb as a creative tool then have that in the element itself, but not over the whole track (if a track has reverb on it I am not able to remove it, so take that into consideration).