Welcome to Mix Factory One Studios!
A great recording happens when a combination of room sound, gear selection, Mic placement, instrument quality, talent, and good vibe all come together In perfect proportions under the watchful eye and the trained ear of a talented engineer.
When it comes to recording music or audio, there are so many variables that go into making it not only a great sounding recording, but also a great experience. Any studio can offer top of the line gear, microphones, and rooms, but we offer more than that. We pride ourselves in offering a team that is trained, experienced, enjoyable to work with, and most of all, the best in the at what they do.
Mixing Is an art that takes years to master and is the most critical aspect of making recorded music. It is where a talented engineer uses equalization, compression, automation, and effects processing to accurately balance and blend multiple sounds in a clear and coherent manner. When it comes to mixing, experience transcends even the best equipment. Anyone can call himself or herself a mixing engineer, but the truth lies in the quality of the final sound.
With countless projects in his repertoire, Multi-Platinum certified Iv Duncan has the experience needed to properly mix your tracks. Making use of quality outboard gear and ProTools HDX, Iv has not only the ears but, all of the tools needed to get the mix done. Every aspect of your mix will be evaluated and addressed (tone, balance, vocal tuning, drum editing, etc). All of Mix Factory One Studios Mix Engineers are held to a standard of excellence and perfection. Whatever engineer here lays hands on your tracks, you can rest assured that your music will be amazing.
Mastering is the art of perfecting your audio before releasing it to the masses.
Mastering uses effects such as compression, limiting, and equalization plus others to enhance the OVERALL sound of your music. Your music will be comparable in presence and volume to commercially released recordings after it has been mastered.
Mastering is the final tweaking your recording needs before it is ready for release. It is the process of making a recording sound full, while raising overall level (volume), and highlighting details that aren’t already apparent. Mastering will allow your music to be the best on any sound system it may interact with (Car Audio, iPod, Laptop Speakers, HiFi Home Theatre Systems, Radio, Satellite, etc).