Online Mixing

The professional difference

Having your music professionally mixed is the biggest difference maker in getting a great sound. I have the experience and ability to dramatically elevate your sound to a radio ready presentation. If you're having trouble getting your mixes to sound just right or know from the onset of your project that you want to hire a professional mixer, Tell me about your project and I'll answer any questions you have about the process and total cost.

The following flat rates are intended for remote, unattended mixing only. If you’re recording your project with me at Blast House Studios we will continue to work at an hourly rate for mixing.

Online Mixing

$150-$200/song

This is your option if you have a full band session or an electronic / hip hop / pop project with multitrack instrumentation (sometimes called stems or track outs). Follow the submission guidelines listed below. Single-style* mastering is included, so that your mix sounds competitive with successful music in your genre. For projects involving 1-5 songs the price per song is $200, while projects involving six or more songs the price per song is $150. Vocal tuning is done at an additional cost. Important guidelines


*Single-style mastering is the audio processing on a per-song basis to make a mix sound comparably loud and polished with other commercially available music. If you're releasing an album or EP, you'll want to have whole-album mastering done, which is the process of making a collection of songs sound like and formatted as a family.

Live show mixing

$200 + $3 per minute of music

You just played a killer show and the sound person was able to capture the multitrack recording - Cool! Upload the files to me and I'll mix the set for a live album or video release. The minutes of music is according to the final project time. Single-style* mastering is included, so that your mix sounds competitive with successful music in your genre. Important guidelines


*Single-style mastering is the audio processing on a per-song basis to make a mix sound comparably loud and polished with other commercially available music. If you're releasing an album or EP, you'll want to have whole-album mastering done, which is the process of making a collection of songs sound like and formatted as a family.

Whether recording, mixing or mastering, we can talk about how to get started.