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Cutting through the noise...

It’s hard enough to make an impression these days. Nobody pays any real attention to mixes that sound mushy or amateur. Fans, labels and A&R people are used to hearing studio-quality music on their playlists – you need a world class mix to cut through all that noise and give your songs the best possible chance of being noticed.

Our engineers have been recording and mixing music for decades, across every imaginable genre with hundreds of bands & artists. We have the skill, the experience – and some of the finest digital mixing tools money can buy – to make your music come alive the way you always imagined. A good mix means different things to different people, but it’s always about vibe and feel and grabbing the listener’s attention. Choose a mix that moves you.

If you’re ready to upload, see our prices or watch our quick and helpful guide to online mixing explaining exactly what you need to upload. If you’re still recording and could use some help with anything from acoustic treatment to mic placement to editing tracks correctly, then our FREE Musician’s Guide videos explain everything you need to know about creating the best recordings for online mixing, simply and clearly. You can have one of our engineers with you via skype, or just get some friendly advice and feedback on your work. Just tell us what you need.

What we do

Not every mix needs to be ‘slamming’, ‘punchy’ or ‘leap out of the speakers’. A good mix should be sympathetic to the song and engaging to the listener.

Here are a few examples of songs we’ve mixed/mastered across different genres.

What we do

Not every mix needs to be ‘slamming’, ‘punchy’ or ‘leap out of the speakers’. A good mix should be sympathetic to the song and engaging to the listener.

Here are a few examples of songs we’ve mixed/mastered across different genres. Hover over each one to get a brief description.

Online mixing & mastering prices

Piano keys
Singer songwriters vocals & beats
Up to 10 tracks mixed and mastered
from
£31
A vintage volt meter
Full track mix
Up to 48 tracks mixed and mastered
from
£79
A vintage hardware compressor
Mastering
E.P. & album deals available
from
£19
Piano keys

Singer songwriters vocals & beats

Up to 10 tracks mixed and mastered
from

£31

A vintage volt meter

Full track mix

Up to 48 tracks mixed and mastered
from

£79

A vintage hardware compressor

Mastering

E.P. & album deals available
from

£19

SEE OUR FULL PRICE LIST HERE

Mini FAQ – full FAQs here

A 'track' means one individual recording, usually of a single instrument, usually recorded in mono, e.g. a lead vocal or a snare drum or an electric guitar.

A 'stem' is two or more of those individual tracks that have been grouped together, usually for the sake of ease while mixing, and usually in stereo. For example, a drum stem will typically be a stereo audio file that has all of the drum tracks mixed together.

Click here for more information about stems in our full FAQ.

A mix revision is a set of small changes you would like made to the mix. Mix revisions might include changes like “more reverb on the vocal”, or ‘turn down the synth in the choruses”, or “the rhythm guitar sound is too bright”.

 

Three mix revisions are included with every mix, and we ask that revisions are requested within 30 days of delivery of the previous mix. Further mix revisions will be charged at our hourly rate.

 

In contrast, if you request major change in direction it will be classed as a new job, not a mix revision. For this reason we ask that you provide a rough mix and reference songs, and why we discuss exactly what you want before we start mixing.

An alternate mix is a different version of the song. It might be an instrumental or TV version (no lead vocal), an a capella (vocal only), a shortened version for radio, or a censored version.

Mastering is the last stage of the recording process, and it’s there to prepare the music for release on CD or vinyl or streaming. It’s mostly an admin job, but can involve some adjustments to the sound. See our FAQs for a complete description.

Is it necessary? Yes and no. The admin part is are essential (not least because it how PRS pays you), but a decent mastering engineer, when faced with a mix that she/he feels can't be improved, will do nothing to the sound other than space the songs out and make sure the they're all at an appropriate commercial volume.

CONTROL mixing

World class mixes bringing out the best of every song


Friendly & honest advice


Great sound across all streaming platforms, vinyl, CD, cassette..


Helping you make better recordings for online mixing


Video tutorials to help with every step


Free advice for new clients


Regular contact by video, phone & email

CONTROL mixing

World class mixes bringing out the best of every song


Friendly & honest advice


Great sound across all streaming platforms, vinyl, CD, cassette..


Helping you make better recordings for online mixing


Video tutorials to help with every step


Free advice for new clients


Regular contact by video, phone & email

Ways we can help

Learn how to get the best out of whatever equipment you already have and understand why we do things certain ways, so you can get the sound you’re looking for when you record. It’s aimed at musicians, so it’s not about teaching you to be mixing engineers, it’s about giving you the basics you need to record yourself or your band to a high standard and let someone else worry about the mixing.

The next best thing to being in a recording studio. One of our engineers can be with you as often as you like to help set everything up properly, suggest any improvements, or offer tips on how best to capture the sound you’re after. We can listen in while you record to make sure everything’s going to plan, or even screenshare to see if there’s anything that can be improved – perhaps you can combine a few tracks to create stems so you reduce your mixing track-count and therefore your cost. Just tell us what you need.

If you’d rather just get some friendly straight-up feedback on what you’ve already recorded, then send us your tracks, rough mixes or D.A.W. projects and we’ll give any help or advice we can.

A pair of headphones

Ways we can help

A pair of headphones

Learn how to get the best out of whatever equipment you already have and understand why we do things certain ways, so you can get the sound you’re looking for when you record. It’s aimed at musicians, so it’s not about teaching you to be mixing engineers, it’s about giving you the basics you need to record yourself or your band to a high standard and let someone else worry about the mixing.

The next best thing to being in a recording studio. One of our engineers can be with you as often as you like to help set everything up properly, suggest any improvements, or offer tips on how best to capture the sound you’re after. We can listen in while you record to make sure everything’s going to plan, or even screenshare to see if there’s anything that can be improved – perhaps you can combine a few tracks to create stems so you reduce your mixing track-count and therefore your cost. Just tell us what you need.

If you’d rather just get some friendly straight-up feedback on what you’ve already recorded, then send us your tracks, rough mixes or D.A.W. projects and we’ll give any help or advice we can.

The Musician's Guide to Online Mixing

We give you all the knowledge you need to make studio-quality recordings at home without having to spend a fortune on expensive gear and acoustic treatment. And it’s all completely free.

More importantly, we know you’re not sound engineers – we’ll always explain everything in a clear and approachable non-technical way: simply for musicians.

Here’s a taster – FIND THE COMPLETE SERIES HERE