You want to publish great sounding music, get better gigs and have more loyal fans who love and enjoy your music. If this is you, I can help to make the next step easier for you. I'll provide you with professional mixes of your music that are radio worthy and stand out from other commercial tracks on playlists and radio. Flat fee of $150 per song.
You'll get your multitrack audio recording mixed to a final stereo track, both in MP3 and WAV formats. This includes balancing volumes, panning, EQ, compression, delay and reverb effects, and volume automation. Up to two (2) revisions.
As a musician myself, I will look at mixing your songs from a musical point of view, how the mixes work musically. Also being a producer helps me ensure your mixed songs are interesting and engaging to your target audience.
"It all sounds pretty darn amazing actually. I think you’ve really done a stellar job mate - genuinely f***ing very impressed & quite shocked to hear anything I’ve written actually sounding that good x" - Simon Baker, The Real Si-B
"I like really much all the work that you were doing in the studio. You had a really professional approach with us and you're very professional. The result was perfect for the song that we recorded." - Andrea Celox, IL ROGO
If you like, please listen to some of the music I have mixed previously. To get started, please send me a quick message and I'll get back to you soonest.
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Q: What's your strongest skill?
A: My strongest skill is to make things very easy for my clients. I'll explain to my clients the workflow end-to-end from recording to publishing, and guide them through all that as much as needed. Mixing music is my passion and I enjoy getting better at that every day, but I realise mixing is not always very exciting to my clients and they are more interested in getting things done and being able to move on with their careers. That's where I feel I can help my clients the most.
Q: Can you share one music production tip?
A: My number one music production tip is this: record like there's no mixing. The secret of a great mix is in the recording, so I can't stress enough the importance of doing the recording phase well. The fact is, if the recording is done well, I can mix the song to sound great. If the recording was not done very well, I can only make the song sound good. And you want your music to sound great, don't you?
Q: What's your typical work process?
A: My typical mixing process starts with a static mix. After checking the stems my client provided to me are in a good shape, I do a level staging and start working on a very quick rough mix of the song. Just using volume faders and pan pots, in 15 minutes or so I will have a good high-level picture of what's the right balance of the various instruments. This rough static mix will guide me through the rest of the mixing process. Next I start applying EQ and compression in a top-down fashion, so starting from the overall sound I fix the biggest issues affecting the entire mix. I then move on to the individual tracks and EQ and compress those as much as needed to get a great overall sound, constantly improving clarity, punch and separation of the instruments, vocals and other musical elements there may be. The next step is to add any delay and reverb effects needed, to add depth and character to the mix based on the mood and style of the song. Finally I'll add some volume automation to ensure the vocals are clear and every word is audible as well as to feature some elements as needed to add liveliness to the song. Once I'm happy with the result, the mixing process is finished and I then provide the mix to my client for review and feedback.