Online Mixing Service from Berlin

I help you to get better mixing results for electronic music productions like Techno, House, Downtempo, Beats and Hip Hop.

Your Mixdown solution from Berlin, Germany.

Online Mixing Service

Do you struggle with mixing your Kick and Bass and everything sounds muddy? Do your Synthies and Instruments are not bright and wide enough? You get help to solve your sound problems: I add three-dimensionality, precision, and analog touch by using top-notch EQing, Compression, Stereo optimization, and sound coloring techniques.

 

In my acoustically optimized Mixing Studio Berlin I mix your Drums, Synth, Bass, and Vocals to shape a piece of music. We are here to solve your biggest problem! I guess you always had the question of how to mix my Tracks and instruments together? I have years of experience mixing music to help you get the typical sound you wanna achieve. If you need more information about our advanced mixing service, please scroll down to read the FAQ. I can reach the best results when working with all kinds of techno and electronic music or increase the quality of Rap songs, Hip-Hop, mixing Rap vocals or Beats.

 

When sending your song parts,  you have to bounce your Song into grouped Stems/Tracks like Drums, Percussions, Bass, Synth1, Synth2, Instrument1, FX1, etc. so that we can start the advanced mixing process. You can choose between sending 6, 12, 18 or 24 Tracks for one Song. 

 

If you also need to Master your Song, you will get a Discount, just get in touch with me.

 

 

($ 69,99 = about € 62,00 EUR / £ 56,00 GBP  per Song)

 

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Mixing Tips

How to mix and Mastering Audio to get a better sound quality? If you are during the mixing process there are many possibly mistakes you can make. Read the following text if you can't solve some of the mentioned problems. I'll be happy to help you in my Berlin mixing Studio to solve your mix-down problems.  I process Audio Mixing for Vinyl or Digital releases, just let me know what you need! 

 

Audio Mixing Mistakes

When you mix your song, some tasks are not easy to solve. As an example: Mixing kick and Bass for House music could be a bit tricky. If your kick and bass low-end somehow don't fit together and interfere with each other, you have a problem! The kick doesn't have enough punch for example, or the bass isn't powerful enough. Alternatively, your bass consists only of the sub and can hardly be heard on weak loudspeakers? Your whole kick and bass range sounds slightly muddy and is not as round and warm as your favorite productions?  Your harmonic instruments are so strongly overlapping that they sound different throughout the mix and are sometimes barely audible? The rest of your drums and percussions don't have the pressure you imagine, but instead, start to sound unpleasant harsh? Your song lacks width and three-dimensionality, and somehow everything sounds lifeless and clean? Your vocals have strong volume fluctuations and sound much too flat, in other words, the energy is missing.

Mixing Tip: acoustic treatment in a recording studio

 

Do you feel that all the problems can arise and have to be considered and solved? Unfortunately, you don't learn to mix in a few weeks, it takes much practice and getting used to your monitor speakers and the room in which you produce. To make the right decisions while mixing your songs, one crucial point is to optimize your room acoustics. This includes the positioning of your speakers and the installation of absorbers, bass traps, and diffusers. If the room is not optimized, your $10,000 speakers can also sound very bad. Flattered Echoes in the room should be reduced by installing objects in your room (plants, cupboards, sofas, etc.). Also, bass resonances should be dampened through acoustic treatment as well. Be aware that your speakers should not be placed in the corner of a room, consider placing them centered between the walls.  The distance between the loudspeakers and the back wall should also be at least 50cm. Otherwise, your monitors may sound far too boomy, and you have problems mixing the low-end correctly

 

 

 

 

Mixing Tip: Sonarworks True-FI and Reference Room EQ

A useful tool to make your monitor speakers sound as flat and realistic as possible is Reference from Sonarworks. The weaknesses and strengths of your speakers and the room acoustics are measured by test tones, with a microphone. The measurement result or the frequency curve is then combined with an equalizer and routed between the DAW and the sound card. Frequencies that are too weak are raised, and frequencies that are too present will be tweaked and lowered.

 

In any case, I was stunned and positively impressed. Your monitors can sound almost like a new pair of speakers.

But most importantly, it helps you judge your mixes more accurately. The same software is also available for headphones to make them sound flattered and more balanced. Read more on the Sonarworks True-Fi page and think about optimizing you Studio. You will not regret it!

What is Mixing Music?

Looking for for sound quality! How to Mix my Music together?

The advanced Mixing techniques are the methods of tweaking all the individual instrument tracks off a song to make a version that sounds as good as possible. The goal is that all instrument tracks are heard clearly and expressively. The goal is to superimpose frequency-like sounds as little as possible. In addition, the entire song will be given a spatial feel to create a natural environment that will make the final sound in our ears sound perfect.

 

"Online Mixing Studio Berlin: My arrangement and customization of sound"

 

The process will include:

  1. Balancing the amount of the tracks that are recorded (Mixing Drums / Live Drums, Mixing Lowend (Kick and Bass etc.), Mixing Vocals (Solo, Chorus, 
  2. Fine-tuning and mixing vocal recordings and every other instrument groups by Equing, compression and transient processing.
  3. “Stereo Image organization, Panning and deepness layering” Spread the tracks between speakers to bring precisely graduated tonal depths to the Song
  4. Adding reverb, Delay, Saturation, Distortion and other effects to boost excitement, let your song sound bigger
  5. Mixing with Pink Noise as a reference to get better results

Mixing typically conjointly includes an honest deal of piece of writing – selecting the simplest bits of each take of a song, and generally even building musical components from scratch. As a Mixing engineer I think our activity is to encourage artfulness of of different music genres and to work out all the special characteristics. It is then about rhythmic fine tuning, sound aesthetics, typical effect applications to create the desired feeling of a typical music style

For which music styles do you mix music?

We mostly Mixing electronic dance music, so we can deliver the best results because of many years of experience.  We would like to improve your sound when Mixing Techno, House, Downtempo, Electronica, Trance, Indie Dance, Progressive, Leftfield, Minimal, Dance, Deep house, Tech House, Hip Hop, Beats, Trap and similar Music.

How To Prepare Audio Tracks for Mixing?

  • Send your rough mix stereo file and all your Tracks for Mixing your Song. Your Mix should still sound like the original Idea you had in the beginning
  • Effects to the song should be rendered in the stems for delivery. If you are not sure you could turn off the general eq, compression, delay, reverb
  • To prevent problems, import your stems into a blank DAW session before sending, to make sure there are no clipping, timing and groove problems or other technical issues
  • Multiple formats like .wav, .aiff or Flac are fine, please send 24bit or 32bit / 44100khz recordings 
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