Hi y'all, I'm fairly new in audio engineering and mixed and mastered my first full song.
I must say it was recorded very precisely, good mics, mic placement adjusted perfectly so I did not had to replace tracks or phase shift, so it was quite fun. I would love to hear your thoughts and get some critique, so I can do better next time. Plan is to offer my services soon after I have had some more expirience...
Music Consultant Services UK - K Master Productions is a music production services house that specialises in remotely writing, recording and delivering high quality music in record time. Using over a decade of live performance and songwriting experience, K Master Productions will create custom music tailor made for your needs.
Karan began music mixing and mastering services and developing his own guitar led style which combined genres such as emo/pop punk with funk, jazz and neo soul and this lead to his band
We have produced two promos about our transfer services and posted them on Youtube. You might find them interesting.
Here they are:
This one is a song Ben had posted looking for help not too long ago. This is the collaborative results we came up with.
Give it a listen please. Throw it up on the analyzers. The more environments it gets a listen in the better.
Hi folks, totally new here. Have been playing around with song writing for the last 10 years. I don't mind writing but recording and mixing (to end up with what I have in my head) is the difficult bit aint it! Steep learning curve.
A few weeks ago I posted a series of 3 videos of me mixing a song on my youtube channel.
I've been suggested to make the mix accessible so anyone can do a mastering of it as an exercise and to compare our shops.
Here are the files, either in 48khz or 96khz, just choose your favorite format :
You can post links of your version here and I'll do a video to compare each versions while quoting the comments this will receive.
In this video I simulate what a mastering engineer would do to a mix.
Of course, a true ME will use far more advanced tools than Ozone to do so, but I thought it would be nice to discuss what they look for and how a mix can be transformed.
Disclaimer, I'm not a mastering engineer, I don't have the space and tools and I wouldn't pretend being one..
This is only a sample to help us realize what happens to our mix when a ME work on it.
Mixing phase :
I'm looking to upgrade my monitors and looking for my first pair of mastering grade monitors. I've heard a few of the PMC & ATC's in other studios but my budget won't stretch to the larger models.
I've seen the PMC Result 6's - their entry level monitors, would they be suitable? Or should I save up for something else?
Thanks in advance for any advice
We just finished an album recording in a home studio using pro tools.
the album has bee mixed and mastered by our engineer.
we are overall happy with it ... but feel that it is missing something. What that is we aren’t sure but it lacks that ‘finished’ or ‘radio ready’ feel that commercial releases have.
when comparing it to other releases it doesn’t seem to be as cohesive or glued together for lack of another way of describing it.