Mixing & Mastering Engineer
Making Creativity Inspire! Your music, your vision, our passion. Take your creativity to the next level with MCI Studio mixing and get the pro, affordable mix your music needs!
I have been mixing music since 2005, running and maintaining MCIStudio.co.uk and YouTube mixing tutorial channel youtube.com/mcihomestudio. Our online mixing service is designed to be super affordable without compromising on professionalism. As such we mix a lot of indie, up and coming artists looking to enhance their music and chances of being heard. With deals on regularly you simply wont find a better balance of price and quality any where else.
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Interview with MCI Studio
Q: Tell us about your studio setup.
A: We use: Dell XPS Windows® 10, 64-bit Intel® Core™ i7 (3.2GHz) 16GB Ram 2 Internal 1TB hard-drives 2 External 1TB back-up hard-drives We choose 24-bit Focusrite audio interfaces to give us sample rates of 44.1kHz, 48kHz and 96kHz We use the Sonar Platinum DAW along with world-class plugins to make sure you get the best tools available for your mix, including but not limited to, Sonitus, Waves, Slate Digital, Blue Cat Audio, Nomad Factory and many more.
Q: What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?
A: Matt Hyde is easily one person I look to when talking about mixing metal, and he mixed in my opinion two of the greatest sounding metal Albums from the last decade, The Blackening by Machine Head and Atlas by Parkway Drive. Tom Elmhirst is another giant in engineering and Adele 25 goes to prove that. In terms of musicianship I have far too many to list here, but my first memory of great music was listening to Jimi Hendrix and Led Zeppelin, they will always be close to me, but I enjoy all walks of music as I believe everyone should. I have a weakness for Metalcore however and this genre happens to be my favourite to mix.
Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
A: Mixing is easily the most common work we receive. We also vocal-tune usually as standard if we feel it needs it, as well as fixing any timing issues we may find as best we can. Our goal was always to offer this service to those who couldn't otherwise afford it so we get a lot of new young bands looking to get noticed by improving their mix.