How the Mixing and Mastering Service works:

Click on the "Before" and "After" Tracks below to hear the difference!

Recommend listening to these tracks on good speakers or earbuds

Before Mastering
  • Feet
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  • Th' Moonlight Sexy
00:00 / 00:00
After Mastering
  • Feet
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  • Th' Moonlight Sexy
00:00 / 00:00

Hear the difference with Mastering a song!

Most or all DAW software applications are capable of exporting your tracks as "stems".  This is an easy way to separate and save all your tracks in your session as separate audio files. 

Please meet or exceed the following qualifications for best mixing/mastering results:

  • Each track is recorded in at least 16bit Wave format at 44.1 Khz

  • Please no MP3 files. 

  • Stereo Tracks are accepted

  • If you have MIDI or Virtual Instrument tracks, please either bounce or export those into individual audio tracks.  

  • Recording acoustic drums -  please insure those tracks are recorded mono or stereo with good microphones. I recommend a microphone specialized for low frequencies on the Kick drum (Shure Beta 52a or equivalent), Snare/Toms (Shure SM57s or equivalent) and one or two overhead condenser mics (Sennheiser e614 or equivalent).   Here is a link to a great video on how to record your drum kit using only four microphones!

  • MIDI drum tracks created from EZDrummer, Superior Drummer, BFD Drums, etc please export those as individual audio tracks ie, Kick track, Snare track, Hi-Hat, Toms, Over Head tracks.

  • Lead and Background Vocals are recorded with a good quality microphone. Optimally recommend a large diaphragm microphone such a s Rode NT1-A, Shure SM7b but if you don't have access to those a standard Shure SM58, Sennheiser e845 or comparable microphone will work.

  • Very important! Insure your channels/tracks are not clipping!  Optimal level on the track meter should be between about half and 3/4s (-24 and -6).

  • Export your tracks as "stems" on to your local hard drive and zip them up into one file. If you don't know how to do that, here are links to a couple of popular DAWs that show you:


Click on the video below to see how to create stems in Studio One

Step 1: Please Enter Your Song Details Here

Choose a Genre that closely resembles the style of your song.  If none of the choices apply, please specify in the "Notes about your Song"

Notes about your Song ie, Mood, Tempo, Instrumentation, etc.

Step 2: Click on the Dropbox link to upload your tracks to a personal folder that you will have access to


Step 3: Click the Submit Button!

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