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Online Mixing – Pay it Forward

At Studios 301 we acknowledge the significant impact that COVID-19 has had, and will continue to have on the creative industries. During this unprecedented time we are acutely aware of the challenges that many of our engineers, producers, clients, music makers, artists and extended team are being faced with.

We’ve put our brains trust together to find ways that we can band together to help our immediate community in the first instance.

What we have come up with is a pay-it-forward initiative. We are starting this with our senior mix engineer/producer Simon Cohen (Justin Bieber, Lizzo, The Black Eyed Peas, Guy Sebastian, Thelma Plum, Starley & more).

The simple premise is this:

Anyone who books a full mix with Simon Cohen, we will provide an equivalent full mix as a pay forward to any nominated person.

Hi everyone,

it’s Simon Cohen here at Studios 301. We’ve had a great response to the online mixing launch and lots of people taking us up on our 30% off deal (use code: INTRO30).

But I feel like I can do more to help. 

I’m aware that while some people are still fortunate enough to have a job there are plenty of musicians struggling to meet rent let alone splash out on their art.

That’s why I’ll be offering a chance to Pay It Forward.

The 30% offer still stands, but if you have the means to book a regular price mix, I’ll donate a free mix to the artist of your choice. 

It could be your best friend, your favourite artist or someone you’ve never met.

Record label clients, you are welcome to get in on this too! 

I’m not challenging everyone else to match this. I know that not everyone is in a position where this makes sense for them but I’d love to do my part for binding the music industry closer together and help everyone get world-class sounding music out onto the streaming platforms. 

Book below to help out a struggling artist and feel free to share this page to anyone you think it could help – either here or overseas.

Much love and stay safe,
Simon