Sound Pressure Studios offers unparalleled mixing service, with experience in almost all genres, from pop to classical, hip-hop to metal. Our studio’s team has worked on chart-topping projects with such artists as Bon Jovi, Coldplay, Eminem, Britney Spears, 50 Cent, Mariah Carey, Linkin’ Park, Alicia Keys, Rammstein, Céline Dion, and Slipknot (check out more credits on our Portfolio page).

What is mixing?

Processes involved in mixing include:

  • Balancing levels between individual elements of the song, including using automation to change the levels in different parts of the song.
  • Using panning to position elements within the stereo field.
  • Using EQ to balance the frequency range of different elements so that they sit well together, as well as adjusting the tone of the song’s parts
  • Compression is used to control the dynamic range of instruments and alter the sound.
  • Effects such as reverb, delay, and chorus can be used to make a mix more interesting as well as help things blend in with the track.
  • Overall, a mix affects the relationship among the various instruments within the song. A mix for your song will balance the levels, frequencies, dynamics, and stereo image, providing a polished sound to the listener. A good quality mix will tie up the relationships between arrangements, instruments, and perspectives in the song.

Currently, we are offering both attended and unattended mixing sessions.


Preparing Your Mix

When you send your files, please provide us with as many mix notes as possible regarding production, mixing effects, and reference links to songs you’d like the mix to emulate. We require WAV or AIFF files (44.1, 48, 88.2, or 96 kHz). These should be bounced from bar 1, and they should all be the same length and the same sample rate.

Studio One 6

Our engineers work in Studio One 6 by Presonus so please ensure you bounce the multitrack to audio with all the audio files starting in the same place for synchronization. If your DAW has a normalize option when bouncing, please make sure it is turned off.

Production & Mixing Effects

We ask that you please supply multi-track files dry, without reverb or effects. But, if you feel that a specific effect, processing, or creative element (filter sweeps, delays, etc.) is an integral part of the sound then please provide a clearly labeled ‘dry safety’ version of your track within your ‘Reference Audio Folder’ when you submit your project (any audio in this folder won’t be counted as an additional track).


Our online mixing package includes up to 5 revisions. For example, minor tweaks to the balance and effects used within the mix.


All mixing is carried out in our control room space using some iconic analog gear and the latest plugins in the professional market such as UAD, iZotope, Arturia, Celemony, FabFilter, Black Box Analog Design, Shadow Hills, Maag, Soundtoys, Valhalla and Waves.

Mixing Engineer

For the quickest turn-around, we assign mixing to engineers on a first available basis, and it could be our chief mixing engineer, Leopoldo Lopes, or our mixing engineer, Patricia Rosa. If you want a mix completed by a specific engineer, just let us know – but please be aware it may take longer.


1 to 3 Songs

1-12 tracks13-24 tracks25-48 tracks+ 48 tracks
€200 per song€300 per song€400 per song€500 per song

4 to 7 Songs

1-12 tracks13-24 tracks25-48 tracks+ 48 tracks
€170 per song€250 per song€350 per song€450 per song

8+ Songs

1-12 tracks13-24 tracks25-48 tracks+ 48 tracks
€155 per song€225 per song€325 per song€425 per song

Vocal Tuning

€40 per vocal track

Get your vocals tuned by the world-class team of engineers. Our engineers use the latest, state-of-the-art technology to craft a vocal performance to perfection, giving us the ability to manipulate and tune your vocal tracks.

Work Highlights


For more information, please contact us via the form below or at soundpressurestudios@gmail.com

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    I often say that there are no rules on mixing, but time has taught me that there are, and some are very important to have a proper commercial song to sound “commercial”. There are some basic elementary rules crucial to having the right mindset when you start a mix, and others when developing that mix up to the end.