VBP Records

Remote Mixing & Mastering

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VBP Records is a studio that is passionate about different genres of music starting with heavy metal, rock or blues and ending with electronic. Quality and ability to create is our goal. We are making music with balls.

We are offering mixing and mastering services with a reasonable price and personal approach to every client. We can offer you quality and responsibility. By using our services you can be sure in safety of your material and personal data. If you are short on budget and want a professional results - VBP Records is definitely your choice.

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  1. Review by Dmitry D.
    by Dmitry D.

    So I had my minus and vocals and the only thing missing was some sweet mastering. One of my co-workers knew these guys from somewhere and recommended them to me. We were done with my problem in like few hours. I was getting constant updates on how is it going, the final result was matching my requests.
    Fast work, good personal, reasonable price, easily 5/5.

  2. Review by Vasiliy T.
    by Vasiliy T.

    The VBP Records were recommended by friends, I had very small budget and decided to try mainly because of curiosity. Was surprised by the fact, that guys were responsible till the end of our cooperation. Maybe the quality was not the best one, but for those funny money a suggested it is definitely a great work.

Interview with VBP Records

  1. Q: What questions do customers most commonly ask you? What's your answer?

  2. A: Do you really named your studio Very Big Penus Records? - Yes, we do. And why we should use your services? - Because we are making music with balls.

  3. Q: What's the biggest misconception about what you do?

  4. A: Probably the fact that people think that if it is cheap it will sound like shit. Of course you will not get a quality of the monster-studios that charge $800-1000 for a single song, but be sure neither you are going to get shit for your money. We are responsible guys and we are not planing to ruin our reputation by selling shit to people.

  5. Q: Analog or digital and why?

  6. A: Digital - we love new technologies, we are not afraid of experiments and we are not going to ignore new tendencies in the music world, at least we try to use them to find out are they good or not for our goals. If yes they found their place in our library of digital effects, if not - it is a matter of minutes to fix the mistake. Digital is the future and we have to know how to use it.

  7. Q: What's your typical work process?

  8. A: Conversation with a client, to understand what he/she wants (we put personal vision of the client as a key element of successfully relationship between the studio and client) and what is his/her budget (we are trying to find an effective balance between quality and cost to give to the client best option for his money). Analyzing material and its role in the overall mix (quality of the tracks is important). Mixing. Having another conversation with a client to see whether mix sounds as they want. Mastering (in case when mastering is necessary, we don't want to charge people for mastering because everyone do that way). Final conversation with a client to make final changes in the project.

  9. Q: What do you like most about your job?

  10. A: Ability to meet interesting, motivated and talented people, participate in their development as musicians. Probably this is the best thing in this field - people with whom you have an opportunity to work.

  11. Q: What's your 'promise' to your clients?

  12. A: Your music will grow some balls. For sure.

  13. Q: What are you working on at the moment?

  14. A: At the moment it is a progressive-black-metal band from Ukraine that works with us remotely.

  15. Q: How would you describe your style?

  16. A: Detail oriented

  17. Q: Can you share one music production tip?

  18. A: Do not fix what is not broken - do not put unnecessary effects on the track that is already sounds good.

  19. Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.

  20. A: Remote mixing and mastering services

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  • Studio NameJul 09, 2015

    As you know, the name of our studio is pretty contradictory and we want be honest - we are not going to back off. Very Big Penus Records (known to the majority as VBP Records) - was a spontaneous decision and challenging enough. We know, that due to the name of the studio we are going to lose some clients, but it is life and there is no time for compromises. Best wishes from the VBP Records team!