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MIX / POST / MASTER BUNDLE - $200
[A $400 value if purchased separately.]

Finished Record! Post-Production, Vocal Tuning, Vocal Production, Track Arrangement, Hook Arrangement, Mix, Master! You record the song, we make it an amazing record.

 

pricing

Mixing [Stereo 2 Track] - $150
Mixing [Full Stem Track-out] - $175
Mixing [NO POST OR ARRANGEMENT] - $75 Revision Bundle (3) - $50

All mixes include light post production (Basic Track arrangement, light vocal tuning & production, light hook arrangement if needed) and Master (One courtesy Master Pass).

 
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MIXING BY SPECHOUSE

It’s simple. There is a difference between what you walk out of the studio with and what you hear on the radio. It’s Post-Production integrated with the MIXING. Post-Production is the step no one knows! More on Post-Production >>

Now, CHHMIXING.COM by Spechouse brings MIXING, MASTERING, & POST PRODUCTION together in one service!!

Take a listen to the difference between the raw song, and the tuned, effected, polished, mixed sound the we provide!! Then drop us a line with any questions! Let’s work!

 

What is mixing?

After all of the individual tracks of a song have been recorded, a mixing engineer steps in to work their magic. They begin by labeling and organizing the tracks into their similar groups. The song is often normalized to ensure that the tracks are all at similar volume levels and no tracks peak. The engineer will then EQ each individual track to get the best tones out of the instruments and use high and low pass filters to eliminate any unneeded frequencies. The general goal of EQing is to make adjustments that allow all of the tracks to inhabit their own frequency areas. This allows the song to be clear and each instrument distinguishable. The same idea is also applied to panning the tracks to get a full, wide sound. Compression, reverb, delay, and other processors can be added to each track to get the desired tones for the instruments as well. Manipulating fades and effects throughout the songs with automation can help the engineer control the emotion of the song sonically. A lot of engineers will switch between headphones and the studio reference monitors to get a consistent sound for their mix on various sources. After hours of tweaking knobs and faders, and the song sounds as best as it possibly can: It’s time for the mastering engineer to step in.