Transform Your Sound Tracks into a Masterpiece

Mixing is the process of blending multiple audio tracks together so that they work in harmony and provide a superior listening experience.  Professional Mixing equipment allow us to deliver superior engineering and blending multiple tracks from multiple sessions into a single sound that is smooth, balanced and ready for market. 

Professional Audio File Mixing Services

Studio Quality Audio File Mixing

If everyone could do it as well as a studio, then there would not be a studio.  Our engineers have years of experience mixing files and balancing volumes, adding effects and weaving tracks together to make a masterpiece.  Sometimes “good enough” won’t fly in the market.  Get some time with The Dreamcatcher* Recording Studio where “good enough” is a market-ready, high-quality audio file.


Control the Gain

The Preamp controls the gain and is used to boost a microphone signal in mixed recording helping the audio rise above the instrumental.

EQ Section

Watch Your Tone

The EQ gives control over the tone of the instrument being run through a channel by boosting or cutting frequencies with parameters like frequency, amplitude and slope.

Auxiliary Section

Manage the FX

Auxiliary is used to control FX like reverbs and echos and are used to control headphone and monitor mixes so that tracks can sound different and a fader mix will not impact a headphone mix.

Monitor Level

Manage the Fade

The Monitor level is often known as the fader and controls the amount of signal going to a recorder and controls the volume of a channel.


It's Not Yellow

A BUS is a series of switches that allow you to assign a channel to signal paths and create a routing mix giving you full control of the audio files.

The Master

The Controller

The Master controls faders, auxiliaries, speakers and other inputs and outputs and is where all individual sounds are summed to two channels – left and right and controls the overall volume.

The Meters

Signal Management

Meters control the amount of signal input or output from a channel, stereo, bus or auxiliary section.  RMS meters are used to measure the loudness of a channel or stereo bus and manage the dynamic range of the sound.

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