MIXING

Mixing involves combining all the sounds received from the multitrack recording and balancing them in levels, making some louder than others. At the same time, a mixing engineer will balance them in terms of panning, placing them in the stereo field: left, center, right, or anywhere in between.

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Studio Mixing

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Live Mixing

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Analog Mixing

Commercial
All types of commercial work
Narration
Voice over
Promo
Promos and intro of channels or website

STUDIO MIXING

Audio mixing is the process of balancing and editing recorded audio tracks to produce a proper blend of all the sounds present on a single song. If you’re at the music mixing stage, it means you’ve already tracked your instruments—whether that’s drums, guitar, bass, keyboard, brass, strings, or vocals.

ORIGINAL SONG

A song which is completely written by the artist and not have any version yet uploaded on any platform.

 

COVER SONG

A song which is of other artist and there is any another version of that song which is to be made.   

 

Commercial
All types of commercial work
Narration
Voice over
Promo
Promos and intro of channels or website

LIVE MIXING

Live sound mixing is the blending of multiple sound sources by an audio engineer using a mixing console or software. Sounds that are mixed include those from instruments and voices which are picked up by microphones (for drum kitlead vocals and acoustic instruments like piano or saxophone and pickups for instruments such as electric bass) and pre-recorded material, such as songs on CD or a digital audio player.

House Mixing

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Foldback

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Broadcast

ANALOG MIXING

 Analog equipment offers sonic characteristics that are different than the more modern and common digital mastering process, making it suited for certain genres and styles of music production.

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