Here are answers to common questions we get! For more info or to just say hi, email david@evergreenmixing.com or head over to the contact page.

What services do you offer?

We specialize in mixing. If you also require mastering, we partner with a number of skilled mastering engineers and can quote you one rate for mixing and mastering. Additional editing and tuning services are also available for an extra charge.

How do I book a session?

For session bookings, you can either visit our contact page or directly email david@evergreenmixing.com to start the process.

What are your rates?

Our rates are determined on a per-project basis. Please reach out for a personalized quote. We can often work within your budget if you let us know your constraints.

Do you want a session or multitrack files?

I mostly prefer multitracks files (often incorrectly called stems). However, if you have a special case, you can send a Pro Tools or Logic session. Just let us know in advance.

Do you do spec or shootout mixes?

Sometimes, it depends on availability. Please reach out for more information.

What is the turnaround time?

We're able to accomodate most deadlines, just let us know what you're working with. If we can't make it happen, we'll let you know. Please note that rush jobs might incur extra fees.

Can I request revisions?

Yes, revisions are part of the mixing process. 4 major rounds of revisions that aren't a result of a technical problem are included with David's rate. After that, additional charges might be added on.

Do you offer discounts for multiple songs or projects?

We can discuss bulk or package rates if you have multiple songs or a larger project. Please contact us for more information.

Do I pay upfront or after?

We require a 50% deposit up-front to book the project, along with the remaining 50% balance on delivery of the first mix in order to download the files (you can stream the file in-browser before paying or downloading). All payment is done via credit/debit card or PayPal. Sorry, we don't accept Venmo, Cash App, etc.

How should files be labeled?

We highly suggest prefixing each kind of track so that similar tracks are grouped when sorting alphabetically. For example, use 'D' for drums, 'GTR' for guitar, 'V' for vocal, etc. This makes the mixing process more efficient.

Do you offer feedback on my production before mixing?

For our mixing clients, we would be happy to provide some feedback before you send the files to us. Let us know when you're reaching out for a new project.