We are a world-class mix and mastering facility focusing on mixing and mastering Country, Rock, Metal, and Modern Worship music. Utilizing a hyper-collaborative approach, we bring your musical vision to life while maintaining a radically high level of customer service. Recent credits include City Life Music & Perpetual Paranoia ft. Dale Thompson.
At Sonar House Studios, we pride ourselves on keeping things simple. As an artist, you are in control of how the process goes. We don't force you into any sort of "sound" or "style" - you tell us the vision for your piece, and we follow that vision. Plus, with our flat fee pricing - there are no surprises when it comes pricing out your project.
Most importantly - our mixes sound amazing. We take the extra time to painstakingly ensure every part of your project sounds professional and pristine.
1. We start every project by listening. Listening to your vision and your music. It's extremely important that we understand the sound you want to achieve and the goals you have for your release before any faders go up. We typically accomplish this with a phone call, email/text conversation, or over the beverage of your choice (if you are local).
2. Once we have the vision nailed down, we get to work. Throughout the whole mixing/mastering process, we will keep you up-to-date. We may ask for reference tracks or send you some ideas we have to ensure the direction we are going keeps your vision intact.
3. Finally, when the final mixes or masters are delivered - we want to make sure your release goes as planned. We are happy to share any expertise we have and we'll do at least one additional check-in to make sure everything we provided is working out perfectly.
I'd love to hear about your project. Click the 'Contact' button above to get in touch.
6 ReviewsEndorse Sonar House Studios
Chris brings his talents to every job he does and makes every track sound better! He is very patient and willing to put in the time and effort to get it right. Thanks Chris!
Had Sonar master a track that was also mastered by a top notch studio and he's gone and outdone them. Really took the track to a whole other level. Definitely recommended, and for the price, absolutely more than value for money.
I've worked with Chris for 5 months. He has been mixing and mastering my podcasts. He is very responsive, very easy to work with, is professional and does a really great job, and is an important part of my team. You will be very happy to have him help you!
I really do recommend Sonar House Studios. Chris its an amazing person and professional engineer.
Worked with Chris before and the experience was amazing. The final mix was that long sought after “glued” together feel. It just sounded amazing. He was also able to get very close to the rough mix I provided. That in itself is priceless! Looking forward to working with him again!
I've worked with Chris at Sonar House on multiple projects in multiple genres, but mostly different flavors of indie rock. I've always been really impressed with Chris' attention to detail and ability to hear and tweak little things that make a big impact on the sound.
His intimate knowledge of the science of sound and how to achieve certain tones and vibes has really taken my projects to the next level sonically. He's a great listener and good at capturing the sound in my head.
I would recommend Chris to any band looking for an engineer who's chill yet professional and super smart.
Interview with Sonar House Studios
Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
A: I mostly do mixing and mastering projects, but occasionally I will also do tracking and re-amping as needed.
Q: Tell us about your studio setup.
A: I use professional grade analog 500 series units alongside Slate and Waves plugins
Q: What's your strongest skill?
A: Vibe. I feel like I am easily able to get on the same wavelength as my clients and deliver a product that matches the vibe they want.
Q: What do you like most about your job?
A: When a client is satisfied with the final project, it's worth the blood, sweat and tears it took to get there.
Q: Analog or digital and why?
A: Both! Sometimes you need that analog flavor that can't be 100% replicated. Other times, you need the flexibility and scalability of digital plugins