Ok, I know this isn’t really an answer, but I can’t actually advertise my prices online. I will say this: my rates are what would be considered “mid-range” for professional mixes. Although I have mixed for major label artists with major label budgets, I have created this website in order to bring that same quality and experience to artists who are working with a more realistic budget.
Please Request a Quote by filling out the form, giving me as much information as possible about your project. I will then contact you ASAP, usually within a day, and we can work together to devise a plan that meets your needs and budget.
Whether or not you hire me, there is one thing I would like to offer as a word of advice. There are engineers out there who will offer to mix your songs for free, or will quote bargain basement prices. Be cautious, because when it comes to mixing, you get what you pay for.
I say this only because I have been contacted more times than I can count over the years, by people who have paid $50 or $100 to have a mix done, and the end result was that they were not happy with the mix. Then they are already in the hole, and have to find a way to come up with more money to get the mix redone by someone else.
When you are shopping for a mix engineer, do your research. Check their credits. If they list a bunch of credits and you don’t recognize a single name, that should raise a red flag. Listen to examples of their mixes. If they don’t have any mixes posted, there’s something wrong. You can check out both my credits and examples of my mixes on this website.
At the end of the day, I’m willing to help any way I can. If you have questions but aren’t ready to start your project yet, feel free to contact me via the link at the bottom of this page. If I can help steer you in the right direction now, it could help save you time and money in the long run.