Our audio mixing services provide the independent music community with major label-quality mixes at indie-friendly prices. All our mixes are performed with great care and attention, utilizing both high-end analog gear and state-of-the-art digital tools and software from companies such as Cranesong, Lexicon, Focusrite, Pendulum Audio, API, Rupert Neve, SPL, Universal Audio, Empirical Labs, SSL, Elemental Audio, dbx, Algorithmix, Waves, and others.

For attended sessions (sessions where the client is in attendance), we can mix from a variety of formats including individual .wav or .aif tracks up to 24bit / 96kHz on CD-R/DVD-R, digital workstations (e.g. Roland VS-2480, Tascam 2488, Korg D3200, etc.), and digital multi-track recorders (e.g. Alesis ADATs, Tascam DA-98s, etc.).

spacer For unattended sessions (sessions where the client is NOT in attendance), material should be sent to us in the form of individual tracks in .wav or .aif formats up to 24bit / 96kHz. Call for instructions on how to prepare your material for audio mixing at Sanctuary Lane Sound Studios before sending us your package.

Most full-length albums can be mixed in three days or so, although some have been mixed in one day while others have taken a week or more to mix. The style of music and the density of the project usually dictate the length of time it takes to mix an album.

If you have any further questions regarding our audio mixing process, are ready to book a mixing session, or are interested in setting up a consultation, please feel free to give us a call at (301) 3706432 today.

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