Having your music Mixed and Mastered by a professional mixing engineer and mastering engineer is the first and most important step needed to succeed in the music industry. Whether recorded in your home studio or pro recording studio, a Professionally Mixed & Mastered recording will make sure your song sounds its absolute best and has the potential to become the next big hit. 

What Is Mixing and Mastering?

Mixing and mastering music are two separate processes but are equally important in the audio production process. In a basic sense, mixing is the first step, which involves the mix engineer combining and editing individual audio tracks together from your DAW to form a single stereo audio file. During the mixing process, your recorded audio tracks are mixed using EQ, Compression, and adding effects such as reverb and delay, while balancing their volume, frequencies, dynamics and spatial placement. Think of combining ingredients to make the perfect pie.

After the mixing has been complete and the mixdown is created, the stereo file is then mastered, which is the process of ensuring that the song is clearly polished, while making the mix sound big, wide, strong and loud. During the process its also made sure that your song sounds its absolute best when played across all audio devices. If Mastering an album, it’s made sure that the songs are played at the same level providing a sense of flow between the songs. No song should ever be released without professional Mastering.


Take your song from rough mix to clean, punchy, clear, wide, emotional and effective with our mixing service (Mastering included).



The final EQing, widening and thickening of the mix so your song can be as loud and as competitive with music you hear on the radio. Upgrade to stem mastering if you really want us to dial in that sound.

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” Having your music Mixed and Mastered at a recording studio can be inconvenient due to availability, travel and high rates. Online Mixing and Mastering is the future. Using both digital and analog outboard gear, I am able to deliver industry quality results, 24/7 customer service and the easiest experience around for the best pricing guaranteed! “


Audio Mixing and its History -Audio mixing of sound recording and reproduction is the method of integrating multitrack recordings into a final result of mono, stereo or surround sound. Their relative rates (i.e. volumes) are modified and balanced during the process of integrating the separate tracks, and different processes such as equalization and compression are typically applied to individual tracks, track groups and the overall mix. The positioning of the tracks inside the stereo (or surround) environment is modified and balanced in stereo and surround sound mixing. Audio mixing methods and strategies differ greatly and have a major influence on the final product. Audio mixing processes are primarily based on the music styles and the nature of the sound recordings involved. The process is typically done by a mixing engineer, although the record producer or recording artist can often assist. A mastering engineer after mixing prepares the finished product for manufacture.  Audio mixing may occur on a mixing console or on a digital audio workstation. History –The first recording machines were invented by Thomas Edison and Emile Berliner in the late 19th Century. The method of recording and reproducing itself was completely mechanical, with little or no electrical components. Edison’s phonograph cylinder device used a small horn ending in a stretched, flexible diaphragm connected to a stylus that cut a variable depth groove into the cylinder’s maleable tin foil. The gramophone method of Emile Berliner captured music by inscribing lateral spiraling cuts on a vinyl diskThroughout the 1920s electronic recording became more popular. This was based on electro magnetic transduction concepts. The idea of attaching a microphone to a recording system remotely meant that microphones could be placed in more suitable locations. The method was improved as microphone outputs could be combined before being fed to the disk cutter, thereby allowing for greater consistency in the balance.Until the advent of multitrack recording, during a live show, all sounds and effects which were to be part of a record were mixed at once. If the recorded mix was unsatisfactory, or if one musician made a mistake, the selection had to be performed until the desired balance and output had been achieved. The advent of multi-track recording turned the development of a modern recording into one that typically requires three stages: recording, overdubbing, and mixing.Modern mixing emerged with the introduction of commercial multi-track tape machines, especially with the introduction of 8-track recorders during the 1960’s. The opportunity to capture sounds in different channels meant that they could be delayed to the mixing stage by integrating and processing certain sounds.Home recording and mixing became more effective in the 1980s. Portastudio, a four-track, was released in 1979. In 1982, Bruce Springsteen used one song, Nebraska. In 1983, the Eurythmics topped the charts with the song “Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This),” captured on a homemade 8-track recorder by band member Dave Stewart. Computers replaced tape-based recording for most home studios in the mid-to-late 1990s, with the Power Macintosh proving popular.[9] At the same time, digital audio workstations, first used in the mid-1980s, began replacing tape in many professional recording studios. Audio Mixing and its History has an Important Role to play in understanding how these same sounds have been treated from such a long time and provides Mixing and Mastering Services –– Mixing – Pricing– Mastering – Pricing CheersHardik
Imixmaster 1st Blog – Welcome to . Myself Hardik Trehan is feeling the positive vibe in doing something I always wanted ,’ Getting the best Sound ‘. From Today onwards We will keep posting updates about the different aspects the music itself can be treated to get the best possible sound outputs in your …
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