I have been producing music for over ten years and have released two albums under Kobalt and Sony Music Entertainment's AWAL imprint. I am now offering mixing and mastering services for artists and labels looking to bring their music to a professional standard for release. I am also offering remixing, which can help you to broaden your audience.
My productions, mixes, and masters have gained over 200,000 listens across streaming services and have been supported on official Spotify editorial playlists. I have remixed artists that have gained over a million streams for their music as well.
With the experience and knowledge required to reach these accomplishments, I am now offering these services here on SoundBetter.
To get started, let me know which services you are inquiring about, as well as your expectations for the final product. Providing a reference track is greatly helpful as it allows me to give you the quality you need and expect.
Mixing clients: Be prepared to send individual stems of the song(s) in .WAV format, 24 Bit with a sample rate of 44,100 Hz or higher.
Mastering clients: Be prepared to send a stereo .WAV file, 24 Bit with a sample rate of 44,100 Hz or higher as well. Please note that if you want the best possible final master, stem mastering is optimal, but will cost more than a stereo master. Please contact me for details.
Remixing clients: Be prepared to send individual stems of the song, once again in .WAV format, 24 Bit with a sample rate of 44,100 Hz or higher. If you have expectations of what the final remix should sound like (genre, length, etc), please let me know. Please note that along with payment, production credit is also required.
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Interview with Matt Manch
Q: What are you working on at the moment?
A: I am constantly working on writing more music, as well as mixing and mastering for others. Remixing is also incredibly fun!
Q: What advice do you have for a customer looking to hire a provider like you?
A: 1) Make sure that you know what you want, and clearly communicate that to the person you want to hire. We can't read your mind! 2) Make sure that your song is actually done before sending it in to get mixed or mastered. Finishing a master and then getting a message from a client saying, "Wait! I changed the bassline!" a few days later just prolongs the process for everyone.
Q: What type of music do you usually work on?
A: Electronic music is my main focus both for production as well as mixing and mastering. I typically produce House and Trance music, but I experiment with other styles as well. My album called Calamity is a great example of this. I'm also getting into writing orchestral music - more on that coming soon!
Q: What's your typical work process?
A: For mixing and mastering, I'll take a listen through the track and write down notes on what needs to be adjusted in order to bring the song to a professional standard. I'll also listen to the reference provided by the client so I can understand their goal for the song. I'll then get started on the mix or master, and provide the client with a sample once completed. If a revision is requested, I'll ask them for suggestions on what they want changed, and get back to work to make their song sound like they want it. For remixing, I'll take a listen to the original song first, and think of ideas of how to remix it. If they provide me with guidelines about genre or style, I'll take that into account as well. With that done, I'll get started on remixing and give progress updates when I have something of significance to share. When they're happy with the remix, I will mix and master it as well, and it will be ready for release. Along with the payment, I'll also ask that they give me credit for remixing. I would like for my name to appear on it, and for my artist name to be linked to the release. I will give the client details about how to do this if they are unsure.