WE ENSURE YOUR TRACKS
SOUND THE BEST THEY CAN
One of the most important stages that should follow the recording phase of your material is editing. Whether this involves subtle work such as controlling mouth noise across vocal tracks or heavier editing like tightening up whole drum performances and tuning vocals tastefully, it will make a big difference in the mixing phase and give your record the professional potential it deserves.
We have a vast amount of experience improving material recorded at all skill levels and flexibility in how this process is carried out. Our top priority is to keep your material sounding as musical and natural as possible while taking great care to achieve the direction our clients want with their sound.
We charge between 28 - 70 euros per instrument per song, depending on the track length and detail of editing required. If further attention is required such as repairing or replacing parts, this can be negotiated via contact with the client. For full albums, EPs or bulk editing we can definitely arrange discounts for your project.
All prices are tax inclusive, therefore you pay no hidden fees.
Sometimes clients approach us with compromised projects due to outside factors. They may have broken material, missing instrumental parts or poorly recorded material for their project. It is very important to us that your music stays on the road to completion.
Depending on the situation we are also able to offer solutions for projects that have fallen apart or become derailed.
Please contact us for a quote regarding this type of work.
Our edits are carried out note by note including gain staging if needed.
No beat detection or automated systems are used whether it be on drums, bass, guitar, vocals etc.
Drum samples feature raw studio recordings with basic trigger blends and effects for demonstration purposes.
Parts/fills can also be rearranged/altered at the artist's request.
Vocal tracks are optimized at the waveform level to take care of execution, sibilance and mouth noise in a more natural way.