Mixing & Mastering service

Why is mixing and mastering important?

The aim of studio mixing is to harmonize the different tracks of a multi-track recording to produce a specific digital signal. Mastering comes after mixing and refers to the set of treatments applied to the sound, to obtain a recorded work (song) ready for pressing (CD…), for any TV/radio broadcast, public performance…

What we offer

To mix and master your music with your recorded vocals, in order to have your song ready for any media broadcast!
Your final track mixed and mastered with a digital signal of 44 kHz/24 bits.

1. Make sure your files are in the right format

Make sure you have properly recorded your vocals on the song and that you are in possession of all the project files (all audio tracks) in the following format: wav, 44 kHz/16 or 24 bits.
(Help: “How can I record my vocals” in the FAQ)

2. Email us via the contact form below

3. Offer and confirmation

We will recapitulate your request and make our offer: price, date of delivery…
If it matches your expectations, you will be asked to agree to this offer (in reply to the message). Once you have agreed to this offer, your order will be confirmed.

4. Payment

You will then receive an invoice by email, together with a request for payment through Paypal (possible to pay with credit/debit card). The total amount needs to be paid before any work starts.

5. Send us the audio tracks

Send us the separate audio tracks (instrumentals and voices). Because the files are too big in size to be sent directly, you may use free online services to send them, such as: WeTransfer (www.wetransfer.com), DropBox (www.dropbox.com)…

6. Start of the work

Once your payment is completed and the files received, we will proceed to the mixing and mastering of the song.

7. Delivery

A few days later, you will receive the finalized mastered song by email (in wav format).s text.

First Name
Last Name
Is your instrumental / Beat from TrackPlanet.com YesNo
Deadline date: i.e YYYY-MM-DD
Are you or your lyricist a member of a copyright collection society (e.g. ASCAP, BMI, GEMA, SACEM...)?
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