It often happens that the sounds we use in music contain a bit of useless noise that only fills up the bandwidth. Our ears get so used to hearing our songs, we may not hear these things while we’re mixing, so this is a good way of removing what’s unnecessary. We end up getting all kinds of small things with funny resonance in our mix, and Continue reading How to find unwanted/ringing frequencies in your mix and carve them out?
Here’s a thought relating to sub bass in bass music – i.e., music where the sub bass usually sits below the kick on the frequency range. This doesn’t apply to genres such as rock or house, for example, for there you may have your kick lower than your bass in general.
In bass music, we want to have our sub strong enough around 40–60 Hz area, because that’s where the meat is. Continue reading Production: get your sub bass right!!
I’ve been doing mastering for a few dozen clients in the past few months, and honestly, it’s been going super great, and I’ve had many happy clients.
Next year, I will also be offering a mixing (+mastering) service where I mix (and master) the song from stems provided by the client.
I still have to figure out the relevant pricing for that (the amount of work it takes is based on the quality of provided stems).
My price for mastering (mixing not included) is 25 EUR per song for the rest of the year, and 30 EUR starting in 2015.
If that’s something you might want, get in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org
(this video is not supposed to have commercially loud audio as it’s not from a mastered project)