What is Mixing, and why us?
With the exceptions of writing a great song and giving good performances, mixing is hands down the most important part of the recording process. Mixing is complex, but in simple terms involves creating a cohesive mixture of all the individual parts and performances that make up a song or track. Various techniques to achieve this includes adjusting frequencies utilizing equalization, using dynamic processing to control volumes and unwanted peaks, creating space by using effects like reverb and delays. Some tracks may need very little added to keep a natural and real sound, while others may require heavy amounts of processing to obtain a slick, polished sound that may end up on radio. We could fill up hundreds of pages writing about mixing, but if you're here, you probably realize to get the best results, you need to hire a professional.
Mixing is subjective like art. There is good art and bad art. Mix engineers spend their entire life trying to achieve the ultimate mix. We have 25 years of experience on our quest, and we continually strive for greater results. Benefit from our experience.
If you have any questions, please contact us at 503.383.1555, or email us.
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Simple 3 step process:
1. Select the number of tracks and "Buy Now". After payment, you will be
redirected to our site with instructions.
2. Fill out an online master details form.
3. Upload or mail your files.
Quick and sweet.
This option is best suited for the budget minded artist that is looking for a good balance of price and quality. Our budget mixes don't sound cheap or small. We use the same set of ears for all of our mixing.
Big label sound.
This option includes every trick in the book! Your mixes will sound dynamic, full and big. We utilize the latest in plug-in technology along side vintage outboard gear to make your tracks sound really great! It takes much more than good equipment to make a great mix. Our experience and track record speaks for itself. See for yourself why clients like Black Francis (Pixies) and Pete Yorn choose Wavelength to mix their songs.