Why Cedar Sound Studios

Our certified engineers have years of mixing & mastering experience. Creating both vocal presets and working with talented artists to propel them to new heights. Our pricing is competetive and allows musicians to acheive their tonal goals without having to spend thousands of dollars. All done online for you, our mixing and mastering services are easy, efficient, and premium.

  • Files & Vision

    Once we've begun our project we will begin to collect all of your stems and project files. We will work with you to establish what your vision is for your project and create a strategy on how your song will sound.

  • Mixing & Mastering

    Once the vision is set we will begin to mix your song, giving you updates along the way. Once your mix is done, we will master your song and get your music sounding radio ready!

  • Revisions & Delivery

    After all revisions, we will deliver your music in a high-fidelity transfer. You can then publish your music and start growing your music journey!

Pricing & Packages

Our pricing and packages are some of the most competetive mixing and mastering prices around! Feel free to include all of your project details and we will be in contact with you as soon as we can!

Frequently Asked Questions

How Long Does it Take to Mix a Song?

Generally within a week or two, not including revisions. In some cases this can be done within a day or two but in most cases mixing a song will take about a week to 4 weeks.

How Long Does it Take to Master a Song?

Mastering a song will take around a week in most cases. Mastering often takes a shorter amount of time in comparison to mixing, so it could take as short as 1-3 days.

What is The Difference Between Mixing and Mastering

Mixing is often the most time consuming portion of the music making process. This is where all the cuts, tuning, and tweaking is done. Mastering is when your song is near finished but needs to be tuned to best perform in a radio or music streaming environment.

Does a Song Need to be Mastered?

Yes, mastering is vital to getting your sound loud enough and tonally ready for streaming services.