The process of taking your raw multitrack recordings and using the experience and tools to make it into a record you can be proud of. Every project is special to me, whether it is a home recording that needs elevating to release standard, or a signed band's latest single.
How The Remote Mixing Process Works.
The process is quite simple: First, I’ll ask you to read my file prep guide and then to export your stems. You then zip them up, and send them to me via WeTransfer.
Since we are doing remote mixing and you’re not personally here, We’ll have a discussion about your musical vision so its clear what we are aiming for, and then I’ll get down to work. During the process I combine the separate tracks, choosing the placement of each rack within the stereo field, adjusting and balancing their relative levels and applying various processes such as equalisation and compression to individual tracks, adding reverbs, delays, tape, saturation, harmonizers and an array of effects to groups of tracks, and the overall stereo mix to make the sonic wonder that will eventually be your record!
That’s a lot of technical jargon, but mixing is ultimately an ART, and that is where years of experience, a wide musical experience and taste comes in.
Once I am finished, I’ll upload the mix online for you to listen to and give me your feedback. I’ll then make revisions based on your notes until you are happy (as many as you like) at which point I’ll either give you a link to download the finished mix file, or arrange professional mastering if we have agreed on a mix and master package.
Once we have finished the mix stage with your multitrack recording, unlike many recording studios that offer online mastering services, or one of those robot services like eMastered or Landr - we offer mastering by a real mastering engineer, in a real mastering suite. After we work together to make a quality mix your audio files are then transferred from our digital workstation to our ME to apply his experience using equalization, dynamic compression, peak limiting, imagining and other tools and techniques in order to optimise sound translation on all playback systems.
Even if your song has been professionally mixed, to get the same person to master your record is usually a bad idea. Any potential EQ flaws in the audio tracks will be missed if they are mastered in the same room. That’s why almost every successful release made uses this exact process, and why your music deserves the same.
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