– Above prices are per song. Discounts may be given for the mixing of multiple songs, or a full album project.
– The prices above include 3 revisions unless there is a legitimate error by the engineer whereas the client will not be penalized a revision.
– Additional revisions are $10 ea.
– Price also includes instrumental and acapellas as requested.
– Pricing assumes that all tracks are sent fully mix ready!
– A 50% deposit is required before any mixing work.
– High-resolution final files are delivered only after the remaining balance is paid.


“Full mastered” versions of the mix are also provided upon request, and will be an additional factor to the original mixing quote.

Bang for your buck!

My primary goal as your hired engineer is to keep you satisfied with the best possible product at a fraction of the cost!

It is also necessary to mention that we are also “human” lacking mind reading capabilities, which requires proper and specific communication in order to ensure we are all on the same page regarding the sound of the mix. We may take the mix in a whole different direction than what you had in mind.

Our team is usually pretty good at judging what will work best for a song, and we can usually work together to get the mix to where you want it without any extra revisions or charges. The key though, is be open and specific about your vision! This means we need to discuss the song in detail first via phone or email, and you need to provide me with as much direction as you can, so that I have a clear view of how you want your mix to sound. Audio samples, or links to other similar songs that have the type of sound you are going for are always a big help!

We do NOT charge you for the time that it takes to discuss your project in detail or transferring files back and forth. That is all included in our very reasonable pricing. Make sure your songs are ready for mixing! Do not send projects with multiple takes that need to be comped, or with vocals that need tons of tuning, or with tracks that have extra sounds or noises that don’t belong in the song. All those things are part of the production and recording process, and will cost you extra for the time to make your tracks ready for mixing.

You may have some processing and effects on your tracks that you used while recording or for your rough mix. Unless those are an integral part of the sound (such as distortion on a guitar), they need to be turned off! If you have tons of reverb, chorus, and/or delay, on all the tracks you send me, I can’t remove those types of effects, and will be extremely limited in what I can do for you.