Please export all channels individually of your song. The sends/FX sent as extra channels as well. All in 24bits.
Can I send you Ableton format files?
Only if you use Ableton's plugins. External AU/VST plugins will not work.
How can I learn from this as I want to do my mix myself?
You'll learn a lot; you'll hear exactly how your track is supposed to sound so you will have a clear reference for your future tracks. I can also provide written feedback.
Why are your prices so affordable?
Because I believe that new upcoming artists have the right to access quality services. I'm currently happy with how are going and my prices are OK with me. Yes, they're lower than the industry's standards, but it doesn't mean I put in less effort.
What does "mixing style" mean?
Clients who only want their song to have potential mixing issues fixed (phase, clipping, conflicts, etc.) should select "transparent", but if you feel your work needs a good facelift to sound like your favorite songs, select "coloured"—it will be the same song, but enhanced.
“Pheek was very helpful and dedicated in doing a mixdown & mastering on three of my songs. I think this is an incredible value considering he will fine-tune your songs to your liking and make sure they are 100% ready for mastering. For me it's difficult to know...” Read more
- Brian A
$80.00 CAD per track
Order 3 or more tracks and receive a 10% discount. Order 6 or more tracks and receive a 15% discount.
The difference between analog and digital is hard to explain, and there are many debates about the subject online. What I can tell you is that I use a tape emulation machine and EQ to do the external treatment for the analog mixdown. This usually adds a certain warmth to the overall sound, and it helps to address thin or harsh sounds.
The Gear I use: I use Cranesong gear, as well as an SSL compressor, TubeTech Multiband and Gyratek IV (EQ) to give your music that analog sound. I also use an old board to add warmth, and I have access to Manley Vari-Mu.
This Package includes:
Analog mixdown of your stems in a track, ready for mastering.
Or a mixdown using your Ableton project (Live 9.0)