Hi, I’m Mihael Vrbanic! I’m Mixing & Mastering Engineer. I have a degree in Audio Engineering from Music Production Academy. I’m very passionate about music and investigating new sounds.

I’m so excited to work with you on Mixing & Mastering your record. Check out my portofolio!

I’m Mixing & Mastering Engineer. But also I’m an artist. I went on Jazz Academy in Vienna, and studied jazz guitar for a while. And I play a couple of more instruments, so if you want I can be your extra +1 musican in your band, and record some extra tracks if needed. Further on, if you have some troubles with the arrangment, I can help you to set things right with that too.

Now, here you can see what are my service offers for you, and what are the prices for those offers.

I do Editing, Mixing and Mastering. You can hire me to do the whole package, but also I can do things separately. For example, only Mixing.

I price my work on project rate. So if you want me to do the whole package (Editing, Mixing & Mastering), it costs 160$ per project.

Separately, Editing costs 20$, Mixing costs 100$, and Mastering costs 40$.

http://www.soundinvestigationstudio.com/
My mail is: mihael_vrbanic@yahoo.com..
My phone number is: +385 97 7272 097..

Genres I specialize in

Terms of Service

I include 3 rounds of revision in my price. Turn around time depends on the number of tracks.

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Is there anyone on SoundBetter you know and would recommend to your clients?
I really don't know that any of my friends and colleagues are on SoundBetter.
Analog or digital and why?
Analog and digital both have advantages and defects. I like it both. It's more fun to me, when you are doing the analog way. But unfortunately it also costs a lot more. So, everybody should do the way they can afford.
What's your 'promise' to your clients?
I promise you that I will do my best to deliver you a product (on time) that will make you happy and satisfied. :)
What do you like most about your job?
The fact that I love what I do, so I don't think about it as a job.
What questions do customers most commonly ask you? What's your answer?
The most common question that I get from the customers is " do you have any experience in doing this job? ".. My answer is " I do " or " no, I don't have any experience but I would like to make it "
Tell us about your studio setup.
I think the most important piece of any studio is the person who runs it.
What's the biggest misconception about what you do?
That I'm to young to do it "properly".. How can anybody do music properly? You just try to do it the best as you can!
What questions do you ask prospective clients?
It depends on the client. But my most common questions are like: Can I hear your music?, What are you trying to do with this project for which you are considering to hire me?, etc...
What advice do you have for a customer looking to hire a provider like you?
I just wish you all a good luck in finding your providers! :)
What was your career path? How long have you been doing this?
You can read it in my description at the beginning of the page.
How would you describe your style?
Open.
Which artist would you like to work with and why?
I'm always open for any kind of music, and for any type of people/ artist.
Can you share one music production tip?
Listen to the music. Connect with it. Feel it! And most important of all; enjoy it!
What type of music do you usually work on?
Most of the mixes that I get, are rock, hard rock, pop, blues, or folk genre of music. Further on, I play jazz music on the guitar the most of the time. On violin I play folk music, and on bass I play different styles. On piano I make my music which sounds like jazz. I listen to jazz a big part of my time, but I also listen to other kinds of music, such as rock, or blues for example.
What's your strongest skill?
. I like music and this the reason I consume it every day in all kinds of ways. By playing it, making it, producing it or listening to it. I have a lot of skills and I try to improve them every day. It is very important to aim in that direction, because it is the only way to make progress in life.
What do you bring to a song?
I always try to bring to a song some pieces of me in a way that is detectable. Of course we all hear music in fell music in all kinds of ways. But it is important for me, to deliver a project to a client, and that he is the one who is satisfied. So I always look for a way to compensate the clients hearing and feeling of the music, and mine personal.
What's your typical work process?
First of all when somebody brings a project to me. I like to ponder the music which is this project similar to, to have some kind of a reference. I listen to the project so I can get acquainted with it. And after that, I start to work on it. Of course there is a lot things to do; preparing tools for it, editing the project, and so on. I developed my personal workflow through all my projects, so now I need less time, and have much more efficiency.
What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?
Jazz musicians inspire me the most, and that's because I really love improvising and new things. But to extract a couple of names right now, that would be hard. It would be a very very long list. I listen every day a different album of different music, so it is a lot of music, and production and of course, a lot of different, beautiful styles and musicians.
Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
My most common type of work is mixing. That is what I do the most of the time. I really enjoy it. But also sometimes I'm hired to do the mastering too. And of course people hire me occasionally as a session guitarist or bassist.