Mixing Songs - We Mix your Music


The Tonstudio - We 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 how to my my Songs together? We have years of experience mixing music to help you get the typical sound you wanna achieve. If you need more information about our mixing service, please scroll down to read the FAQ.

Mixing Songs

Get your Track Mixed - Electronic Music Mixdown Service. If you struggle with mixing your Bassline and Bassdrum because everything sounds muddy and your Synthies and Instruments are not clear and wide enough. We are here to solve your Problems and to add three-dimensionality, precision, and analog touch by using top-notch EQing, Compression, Stereo optimization and sound coloring techniques.

 

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 mixing process. You can choose between 2 options, order " High-Resolution Standard Mixing" and send up to 12 Stems/Tracks to us. If you have more Tracks book the "HiRes Extra Mixing" by Sending up to 24 Tracks for one Song

 

 

(€84,99 = about £75,00 GBP / $102,00 USD per Song)

100,00 € 1

59,99 €

  • Limited availability with your discount
  • Get your optimized audio file within 3-5 days

Mixing Songs + HQ Mastering

The all inclusive package for Mixing and Mastering your music to reach the best possible Sound.

 

-Choose between Mixing up to 12 Tracks for 1 Song or Mixing up to 24 Tracks per Song. Both variants include our HQ Mastering as well

 

(about £87,00 GBP / $115,00 USD per Song)

99,99 €

  • Limited availability with your discount
  • Receive your optimized audio within 1-3 days

Mixing FAQ:

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

What is Mixing Music?


Mixing is the method 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.

 

"Mixing: The arrangement and customization of sound"

 

The process will include:

  1. Balancing the amount of the tracks that are recorded
  2. Fine-tuning the vocal recordings and every other instrument groups by Equing and transient processing.
  3. “Stereo Image Panning and deepness layering” Spread the tracks between speakers to bring precisely graduated tonal depths to the Song
  4. Adding reverb, Delay, Compression, Saturation, Distortion and other effects to boost excitement, let your song sound bigger

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 Mix 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 

 

Please contact me if you have more questions!