WHY GET A PROFESSIONAL MIX
While it may be tempting to think of mixing as a technical pursuit, in reality, the best mixes are creative in nature. Mixing is a different skill set than tracking and a great mix allows for the recording to translate the artistic vision of the artist, songwriters, and performers. Booking a mix session with an In Flight Music Studios engineer brings your song the benefit of being wider, clearer, and punchier with added life and ambiance.
THE ULTIMATE ANALOG MIXING MACHINE
There’s a reason why hits from Green Day to Kanye, Rhianna to Coldplay, Muse to Kendrick Lamar, and Nine Inch Nails to Dr. Dre, all get mixed on a Solid State Logic large-format analog console. THEY SOUND F**KING AMAZING. At one point Billboard magazine stated 74.5% of all hit records are made with a Solid State Logic G+ mixing console, and that is exactly what you will find at In Flight Music Studios. In fact, our Solid State Logic 8064 G+ console has mixed a slew of hit records by Michael Jackson, Dr. Dre, and more.
SIMPLE PROCESS & FAST TURN AROUND
When it comes to finishing a record, no one likes to be left in the dark. Our streamlined intake process allows for smooth sailing and a fast turnaround of your next single, E.P. or album. During the actual mix process, you have the option of working remotely by streaming your mix directly off the console and making change notes on the fly, or visiting us in the studio and perfecting the mix there. Your mix will be delivered along with an instrumental, acapella, and a basic set of stems.
YOUR MIXING ENGINEERS
Matt Salazar has been practicing the craft of mixing music for 20 years. It is an art he has dedicated his life to. You bring passion to the writing and recording of your music, it’s only right that the person responsible for how the world will actually consume it carry that same passion for their craft.
Josh Moran blends his knowledge of top 40 and unique sounds with tried and true techniques to bring life and energy to your track. He provides the fast turnarounds and recall afforded by “in-the-box” mixing while still incorporating the rich analog sound offered by the studios large stable of equipment.