Hi I'm Kevin. As a seasoned online mix engineer I want to help you become one of the greatest - by making your music sound great. If you're getting ready to release your music, you know that a great song needs a great mix to be succesful. After all, that's what I preach over at thesoundcoach.com. Take a look around and maybe we can work together?
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Here's a before and after example from a mix I recently did. It's easy to switch between them!
1. Send your tracks
2. I mix your music
3. Feedback & delivery
Editing: correcting phase issues | cleaning up tracks | fine tuning the arrangement | pitch & time corrections | comping
Correct gain staging & stereo spacing for clarity and headroom
Transient optimizing to bring out the best out of your sound
Proper EQ to help each of your tracks fit together in the frequency spectrum
Effective compression for the energy and balance your music requires
Creative effects such as reverb, delay and others to "sweeten" your mix
€49 per song
€99 per song
€149 per song
Like what you heard? Send me a message and maybe we can work together. I usually answer quickly, most of the time within the same working day.
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Listen, I understand what you're thinking when you're looking for an online mix engineer: "Why should I work with this guy?". I know there are a lot of hustlers out there thinking that, just because they have a DAW installed on their computers, they can mix. These self-proclaimed "mix engineers" are not going to be able to deliver and you want to protect yourself from getting a bad mix for your money. I get that. It wouldn't be the first time a desparate client came to me to fix a terrible mix.
So a word of advice if you're looking around for an online mix engineer. Be sure to check if they can list examples of their work, their experience with mixing, have reasonable prices and what their clients have to say. That's the only way you can be sure that you'll get a good service for your money. Oh, and be wary of people claiming to "turn your music into a hit" or anything like that. While mixing is necessary, the cold hard truth is that no mix can insta-magically turn your music into a hit record.
As for me? Here are some examples of my work, my experience with mixing (a whole site devoted to the art of mixing and sound!), my prices and what my clients have to say. I'll let you judge if I got what it takes.
I will. There is never a middle man. You'll get to work directly with me which means that you can communicate your wishes clearly and promptly.
I sure do. Every mix I do has editing included, simply because editing is where a great mix starts. If your vocals need tuning, I'll tune them. If your drums or bass is off time, I'll correct the timing. Simply put, I'll do everything I have to in order to make your music sound great.
When mixing, it's important to have a room where you can trust that what you hear is right. That's why my studio features world class acoustic treatment and high end monitoring. In the box, my weapon of choice is Logic Pro X together with a bunch of great sounding plugins that I love (Waves, Melodyne, Blue Cat,...).
Re-amping guitars or bass is possible through a Fender, Ashdown or Roland amplifier. If you've recorded your guitars through a plugin, this means that I can take your clean signal and sculpt it into anything you want. I hope you like some warm, analog tones?
There's a couple of ways. You can send me your Logic, Reason or Ableton session with all your tracks included. Alternatively, you can export your stems and send me those. If you export your stems yourself, you'll need to turn off any EQ, compression, reverb, delay or other effects on a "dry" version of the tracks. Next to your dry tracks, send me some notes on the effects you did together with the wet tracks.
That depends on the project. Usually, I can get the mix to you in 2 to 3 workdays. If you need it sooner, we can work something out.
That's easy. Although up until now it hasn't happened yet, if you are not satisfied, you get your money back instantly - no questions asked. I would never want any client of mine to pay for something they don't like.
Working with a stranger online is always a bit of a scary undertaking. I get that. My regular clients pay 50% up front when they send me their files, but I do understand that if it's your first time working with me, you don't want to take any risks. That's why the first time, you only pay after the mix is completed. I've got one small safeguard for my own protection in this case. Until you pay for the mix, I will insert an audio watermark. This will render the mix unsuitable for distribution. After you pay, you will get all the 24 bit files without any watermarks whatsoever.
You can pay via Paypal. You can use it with any major credit card or bank account. It's all pretty simple.