File Delivery  

Mixing   

Prior to the mix we would like to have you speak with the engineer when possible, let us know some available times and we will be happy to set that up.

If the final file is in ProTools format let the engineer know as there will be additional requirements to discuss. 

 

For . WAV files

Consolidate and group similar files in a labeled folder.  Example: All drums (kick, snare, hi-hat, shaker, etc) would go into one folder labeled Drums. The same would go for Synths, Bass Instruments, Guitars etc.  EFX Tracks (such as white noise, whooshes) etc. should be in their own folder labeled EFX. Print any reverbs as separate tracks in their own folder. and put them in a seperate folder as well. Please make sure all files are clearly labeled before sending. 

 

All files should be 24 or 32 bit floating point and 44.1 K or 48K sample rate depending on the original. If sample rate is higher (example 88.2 or 96K) please let us know.

 

When exporting .WAV files confirm that Normalize is off and individual files are not peaking at zero (highlight all tracks and gain them down together).  

 

Specify what passes you will want printed aside from the main pass (Example: TV track,  Instrumental, a cappella, clean, TV clean etc.) 

For clean versions include a lyric sheet highlighting the words that need to be edited. 

TV/Show tracks will be printed with only the lead vocal muted unless instructed otherwise.

Please include any/all of the following: 

Mix notes

Rough Mix

Reference Mixes

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