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  1. Choose the service you want
  2. Attach information about the project
  3. Send the order/request
  4. Shortly you will get a confirmation with information about how you upload files to us and a meeting invitation
  5. During the meeting we will discuss your vision for the project, budget and deadlines. Based on the meeting we will draft a summary and send it to you. And if we both have agreed on an arrangement, we start the project as we have discussed. 
  6. We will deliver the files to you with time to spare before the deadline. This is to make sure that you will have plenty of time for revision and feedback

Sending an order to us is free and does not commit you to anything.

How do I submit files for a mix?

    1. All of your files have to be exported separately, without any effects like reverb or echoes (unless its a specific sound that you don’t want to change) 
    2. The format should be at least 44.1 kHz, 24 bit, wav.
    3. Name your files before exporting them so our mixing engineer knows what they’re working with. This saves us a lot of time that we can put in to your music instead. Here are some examples of how you can name your files: 
      – For vocals: vox_lead, vox_dub, vox_left, vox_right 
      – Instruments: key_piano, drm_snare, gtr_lead
    4. All of your audio files should have the same length, even if theres only a bit of audio in the end. This is to make sure that there wont be any timing issues when all the files starts at the same time. 
    5. Put all of your audio files (also called ”stems”) in a folder where you include a rough mix of the song. It is important for our mixing engineer to know what you have been listening to in your project. 
    6. Compress the folder into a zip-folder and name it after the project.
    7. Upload the zip-folder via the link that you have been given from us. 
    8. Done! 


How do I submit files for mastering? 

    1. The files should be at least: 44,1 kHz, 24 bit, wav. 
    2. Make sure that the audio files are no louder than with a maximum peak at -4db volume.
    3. Put all audio files in a folder where you also include the latest version of the mix. 
    4. Compress the folder into a zip-folder and name it after the project.
    5. Upload the zip-file via the link that you have been given from us. 
    6. Done! 
  1. You get in touch with us and tell us about your music that is going to be mixed during a short planning meeting.
  2. We will get back to you with a project plan based on what we talked about during the planning meeting. The project plan/estimate contains a total price and deadline. When we have agreed on the project plan, you will receive a contract to sign. 
  3. You will be sent a link to transfer your files to us and the project will start as scheduled.
  4. You will get your song mixed before the deadline so you will have plenty of time to listen and give feedback.