I will mix your Pop and Rock songs

mix your Pop and Rock songs
mix your Pop and Rock songs
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Description Basic song mixing. Mix and Master your songs Mix and Master your album
  Song Mixing - Up to 15 tracks - Instrumental version - Stems for mastering Mix and Master - Up to 15 - 25 tracks per song - Instrumental version - Acapella Mix and Master your songs - Up to 35 tracks per song - including instrumental - Acapella
HQ Audio File
Master-quality uncompressed audio file, such as WAV or AIFF.
The seller will apply effects and level changes to each individual instrument track (requires you to submit individual audio tracks for each instrument).
Seller will apply overall post-production polish to the newly-mixed track (or a pre-mixed track submitted by you).
Songs Included
The max number of songs/album tracks that the seller will mix/master (you may be able to buy additional tracks in Extras).
1 1 8
The number of tweaks the seller includes.
1 2 unlimited
Delivery time 3 days 3 days 10 days
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About This Gig

I'm offering services of mixing and rough mastering for genres such as Pop, Rock, Metal, Alternative Rock, Ska and Cinematic songs. 

I use Pro Tools 11, Reason 7 and Logic Pro X as DAW (Digital Audio Workstation). I use Logic Pro X and Reason 7 mainly for MIDI sequencing and programming and Pro Tools 11 as my Mixing station.  

Check my work here:


And my most recent work here:


(All the audio from the videos where recorded by me, mixed and mastered by me as well).

  • Send audio files (audio tracks) in wav. format.
  • All stems must start from 0:00 up to their respective location at the end.
  • All audio files must me the same bit depth and sample rate. (i.e. 24bit 44.1kHz).
  • Project files or Session (e.g. PTX projects) files will not be taken in consideration.
  • Reference track is preferred if you're looking for a particular sound. 

Frequently Asked Questions

  • How do I send the tracks for mixing?
    Make sure you export the individual tracks or separate instruments as a .WAV 24bit and 44.1kHz sample rate, all of them starting at 0:00 up to the end and making sure the track is not Clipping ( signal NOT going Red).
  • Why sending a "Dry" track and not an "Effected" one?
    Dry tracks are usually easier to work with since they don't have the extra frequencies or coloration that reverbs and delays give to the track. Sending BOTH Dry and Effected tracks are recommended because you'll still have your favorite effect plus the Dry track where I can easily mix it.