January 26, 2016

Studio Mixbutton – Your online mixing service

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London Unsigned are pleased to announce a partnership with Online Mixing Service - Mixbutton.

Over the next 5 weeks we will be bringing you 5 top tips to improve your mix. And also some pre and post mix examples of the excellent work that Mixbutton do.

As part of our partnership with Mixbutton they will offer a 10% discount throughout 2016 for anyone that uses code LUS16 when checking out and we hope to be able to host some tracks mixed by mixbutton on our website very soon!

What is mixing?

Mixing is the process in which your raw or recorded instruments are treated, emphasised and expertly intertwined to create the overall sound you have in mind. This is achieved in a variety of processes and techniques.

It is a vital part of taking your track to a high professional level, however as an art-form it is of course subjective. We think it is important for you as the artist/composer/producer to find a reliable high quality mixing service of which we can promise in consistent form.

MixButton delivers your high quality mixed tracks back to you within 7 working days. If you have a specific deadline for which you are working towards and need the tracks sooner, that is certainly something we can accommodate

Some of the services offered by Mixbutton:

5 Tips to Top Your Mix

Tip 1

A brief insight to some mixing techniques we use that could help you achieve a better end product.

First - Initial Thoughts

Simply write down your initial thoughts upon listening for the first time, and what direction you feel you want the track to go in.

Write down how you want each section to make you feel, and any specific effects you think could work with fresh ears.

This is a simple process that is often overlooked and is great at laying down your initial instincts for the track, instead of figuring out half way through the mix.

There is only one chance for a first impression so you must capitalize on it and capture your ideas from the start before your vision of the mix gets distracted.

If you want to find out more please email Mixbutton info@mixbutton.com. Please remember to check back here for future articles