It is your responsibility to ensure the multi-tracks provided are ready for mixing. Please do not assume any tuning or timing issues will be automatically resolved. However, 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 seriously intrude on mix time you will be informed. Large amounts of tuning and editing will be charged for and will delay turnaround time. It is in your best interest to do any tuning and editing in your time, so I can maximize time spent mixing your song.
We accept WAV or AIFF files at 44.1, 48, 88.2 and 96kHz; 16 or 24 bit.
Please supply us with mono or stereo files, clearly named and without audio clipping. Stereo files will be counted as 2 tracks of audio, for example ‘Strings L & R’ will be counted as 2 tracks.
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.
We cannot accept DAW sessions (i.e Pro Tools, Logic, Cubase etc).
There is a 48 multi-track limit. A track cannot share different sounds, for example a backing vocal track with a guitar solo in the middle. If you need to bounce files to save on tracks, we suggest backing vocals and harmonies as a good place to start. Please ensure any bounces of this nature are in tune, in time and panned to your satisfaction before you bounce.
Please ensure you have uploaded all the correct multi-track files that you want to be included in your song. You will be prompted to confirm you have checked the ‘uploaded files list’ before proceeding to the checkout.
We request that multi-track files are supplied dry, without reverb or effects. However, if you feel a specific effect, processing, or creative element (such as filter sweeps, delays etc) is an integral part of the sound, please provide the processed version plus a ‘dry safety’ version. This will not add your overall track count. Please label both versions clearly and mention this in the information you provide. You can add the ‘dry safety’ versions to the reference files folder on the set up job page.
Print any midi/virtual instruments – we can only accept audio files.
Make sure you allow plenty of headroom when printing your multi-tracks to avoid clipping or distortion. These artifacts cannot be removed in the mix process.
In addition to as much written information as possible, you’re welcome to provide a rough mix and commercially released reference song. A commercial song is only a guide and results are completely dependent on the quality and style of the multi-track provided. You can add these files to the reference tracks folder on the set up job page.
You can upload all your audio files online using this site.
WorshipMix.net want this service to run smoothly for you. Please read the above information and the FAQ carefully, to ensure you fully understand how online mixing works.
What you can expect from WorshipMix.net:
In most cases, the turnaround time is within 10 days. However, in exceptional circumstances it may be longer. If this is the case, you will be notified and given the option to cancel your mix and receive a refund.
One mix revision is included in the price. Please ensure you inform WorshipMix.net within 24 hours of mix delivery if you require a revision. Our definition of a mix revision can be found in the FAQ section. Any requests for further mix revisions will be charged for.
You will be supplied with:
Limited ‘listening’ copy at 44.1/16bit
Unlimited mix master at original sample rate and bit depth
Unlimited backing track at original sample rate and bit depth
Unlimited a cappella track at original sample rate and bit depth
This is an online service only. All communication including questions and mix feedback must take place via email: email@example.com
Unfortunately, all original and mixed files will have to be erased from the WorshipMix.net server two months after the date of delivery. Please make sure that you back up your mix files.