Starting at AU$650+GST
We are proud to offer a roster of Australia’s top mixing engineers.
Work directly with your chosen engineer from anywhere in the world without leaving your home.
Our Online Mixing Engineers
Simon Cohen is undoubtedly one of the best vocal producers and mix engineers in Australia.
His work is commonly showcased on a global stage, having achieved Grammy and ARIA nominated accolades, along with multi-platinum accreditations and several billion plays on Spotify and iTunes combined.
Starley, Jessica Mauboy, SAYAH, Kilter, Emma Pask, Glades, Teddy Cream, Horrorshow, JOY., Will Sparks, Savage, True Vibenation, James Chatburn & Jordan Rakei
Tom Garnett has established himself as a standout recording and mix engineer amongst the Studios 301 team.
Recently adding an ARIA credit to his name, Tom continues to carve a name for himself in the industry as one of Australia’s most versatile and hard-working engineers.
Delta Goodrem, BARKAA, Tyde Levi, DVNA, MiCCY, The Montreals, DOBBY, AYA J, ANGE
Stefan du Randt is one of the select few engineers who work exclusively from Studios 301 and has capitalised on that by building a reputation as a prolific mixing engineer.
Stefan’s approach is always to go above and beyond to get the best out of a record often adding additional production elements utilising an array of outboard gear.
Boomchild, Eagle Eye Jones, RISSA, St. Christoph & Shaade, Voli K, Dylan Wright, Satin Cali, Chelsea Warner, Ally George
Jack Prest is a mid-career arts professional working as composer, mix/recording engineer, interdisciplinary artist and music producer.
Jack Prest is a senior engineer at Studios 301 and the go-to mix and recording engineer for forward thinking Australian artists and labels. Jack’s focus is on understanding the conceptual context of each project in order to realise each artist’s vision for their work.
Billy Fox, Donatachi, jayteehazard, Godtet, David Campbell, Sampa The Great, Rapaport, Kid Fiction
Mix engineer, producer, beatmaestro, multi-instrumentalist and long standing studio manager of REC Studios (301 Castlereagh St), Ross Ferraro is a vital member of the Sydney music community.
Specialising in forward thinking soul and electronic music, Ross has carved a niche for himself in the Sydney underground with his unique brand of electronic soul music.
In 2014, Owen joined the Studios 301 family as an Assistant Engineer, and has since worked with international artists such as Coldplay, Will.I.Am, Stevie Nicks, Dizzy Reed and Richard Fortus (Guns ‘N Roses), John Corabi (Motley Crue), Vic Mensa and many more.
Owen’s experience spans across a diverse range of genres including indie, rock, folk, jazz, pop, hip hop and orchestral work.
Jess Des is part of the new generation of audio engineers continuing the tradition of experience, passion, and expertise which exemplify what it means to be an engineer at Studios 301.
He keeps himself busy mixing in the electronic, hip hop, and RnB genres, most recently working closely with upcoming hip hop duo INQ. on their “Moments in Between” EP, helping them shape and define their sound.
Nicolas Mendoza’s musical and engineering career has spanned over 6 years and two continents. Beginning as a young bass player in the Colombian music industry set the stage for the start of a very successful career.
Artists Nicolas’ has worked with include: Los Chimpandolfos, Mid Blue, La Sociedad de la Sombrilla, Violett Fraser, The Rabbit Lounge, OneFour, Carnage, Delta Goodrem and more.
To make a mixing enquiry with any of our other engineers, please enquire here.
How does it work?
Read the requirements and prepare your files for mixing (more info)
Use the form below to submit your project details to us.
Your mix engineer will mix your song, referring to the notes provided.
Please make sure you are contactable and responsive.
How to prepare a session for Online Mixing
Make sure that you are satisfied with the recordings and your performance/s
If there is an element of the production that you are unhappy with, it is recommended to correct this before mixing. If you are unsure, let us know and we can help you decide whether it is ready to be mixed, or if your concern requires replacement or overdubbing.
Complete all editing
Whilst we can assist you in this area, it takes valuable time out of your mix session, like a detour on the way to a gig that costs you a good sound check.
Print all midi, virtual instruments and any additional effects or processing
If an effect is integral to the unique sound or production of a track (such as many virtual instruments or a specific key effect which is part of your production), please leave the effect printed ON the file and also send a clean version of the track too.
Supply multi-track files dry, without reverb or effects
Again, 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 labelled ‘dry safety’ version of your song in the ‘Reference Audio Folder’ when you submit your project. Audio files in this folder will not be counted as an additional track.
Prepare the correct file format
We accept WAV or AIFF files at sampling rates of 44.1, 48, 88.2 and 96kHz, and bit depths of either 16, 24 or 32 bit. Please supply us with mono or stereo files, clearly named and without audio clipping. You will need to provide multi-tracks that are consolidated or bounced from the start point of your song (bar 1 beat 1 or start time code). All files must be of the same duration, sample rate and bit depth.
For our online mixing service we do not accept DAW sessions (i.e Pro Tools, Logic, Cubase etc).
Double check your audio files in a new session
Upload your files into a new session/project, checking that they are the correct length, and that any crossfades have been included when consolidating or bouncing.
Tuning & Timing issues
Please do not assume any tuning or timing issues within the multi-tracks will be automatically resolved. If a small amount of vocal tuning is desired you can provide this information. If our engineer suspects the amount of tuning or editing will significantly intrude on mix time, we will let you know in advance. Large amounts of tuning and editing considered a “production” will be charged for and will delay turnaround time.
Neat & Clear Track Naming
Last but certainly not least, please make sure your tracks and/or files are neatly and clearly labelled.
You can find more answers to common questions in our FAQ: Online Mixing FAQ.
Good to know:
Personalised project based on your detailed notes
Our engineers will be working closely with you to get you the best results possible.
Direct communication with your engineer
You'll receive a stereo WAV file ready for mastering