Mix and Master Bundle

Mix and Master Bundle

from 45.00

Have you read the introductions to the other products and thought "man, where's the combo meals?" WELL LOOK NO FURTHER FOR WE HAVE THE BEST (the best) BUNDLES YOU WILL EVER COME ACROSS. Get your tracks mixed and mastered by our pros today!

We will offer 2 professional mixdowns with mastering of varying qualities starting at $45.
Duration: 7 Days

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One of our talented Sound Engineers will mix.............. AND master one of your tracks in our recording studio. All associated Engineers have years of experience in music production and possesses sonic precision, and are all prepared to give you a hard hitting, masterful piece that any record label would drool over. Any amount of stems, of any calibur, we will slay and deliver a masterpiece within a time period of 7 business days.

Techniques and Practices:

  • EQing
  • Panning
  • Transient Shaping
  • Dynamic Shaping
  • Stereoptic Leveling
  • Side-Chain Compression
  • Tube Compression
  • Multiband Compression
  • Stereo Imaging
  • Exciter and Saturation Processing

You also have the option of giving our engineers something called "Creative Control" for $15 extra, which allows us to manipulate subtle features about your production to boost it's performance and impact. We add a little personal flavor during the mixing phase, and you won't be entirely disappointed either. Some techniques we implement are:

  • Reverb/Delay Development
  • Transition Shaping
  • Minute Arrangement Tweaks
  • Sound Design Implementation


  • Each Instrument, as you deem it to be an instrument, should be bounced down (-6db) to audio, from start to finish

  • Stems should be exported in a 24-bit/32-bit Wav file (44.1kHz)

  • Compress stempack in a .rar or .7z folder and upload them to a data storage medium such as DropBox or Mediafire

You will receive 2 differently mixed and mastered versions of your song (to be sent to your email) in the following formats: 320kbps MP3, 24-bit Wav, and 32bit float. You can choose either of the two for a single rendition, if necessary.