The goal of mixing is to bring out the best in your music, a mixdown is a balance between every aspect of the song. A balanced mix means a better result. We achieve this by adjusting levels, panning, and time-based effects (chorus, reverb, delay). The aim is to sculpt your arrangement to make sense of all your tracks in relation to each other.
The final process in the production process, the final sound get’s defined here. This final step corrects mix balance issues and enhances particular sonic characteristics, taking a good mix (usually in the form of a stereo file) and putting the final touches on it. This can involve adjusting levels and general “sweetening” of the mix. Think of it as the difference between a good-sounding mix and a professional-sounding, finished master.
This process can involve adding broad equalization, applying compression, limiting, etc. This is often actually referred to as “mastering” in the case of LP and CD replication.
Finding the right beat, track or producer can be hard. We have a broad network of beatmakers, producers & audio engineers. We do anything from full production to Audio-Post Production for video & scoring for film. We have trained professionals with a respected portofolio as well as young and mentored talent. We work Cubase, Protools, Logic & Ableton. And with Audio for games we work with WWISE.