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FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

 

Mixing And Mastering

 

How long will it take to Mix / Master my material?

Mastering generally takes between 1 – 4 days for single songs and 7 – 14 business days for full albums. Turnaround times may vary. Please include a project timeline and associated deadlines with submissions along with specific delivery methods if necessary.

Mixing generally takes 2-5 days for single songs and 14 – 18 business days for full albums. Final mix return dates are dependent on the number of tracks and revisions necessary after initial mix is delivered.

I need my project ASAP! Do you offer rush order services?

Yes, Rush delivery services are available on all services. Additional fees apply.

3 DAYS – $50.00  |  2 DAYS – $99.00  |  1 DAY – $150.00

For more information please email Production@ThatDJEll.com.

Pricing & Payment

What is your refund policy?

If you are unsatisfied with your results we are willing to make small changes and adjustments free of charge. For bigger adjustments, you will be able to use your Free Revisions(s) or order further revisions after the initial date of purchase.

Stem replacement or revisions to a mix after it has been Mastered will include an additional fee of $25. If you have any questions please e-mail us at Booking@ThatDJEll.com

Revisions

Up to 3 revisions are included free of charge on Small, Medium and Mastering packages. XXL package mixes include unlimited revisions.

Exporting And Sending Stems for Mixing

How do I Export Stems from Pro Tools?

For information on exporting stems in Pro Tools please read and click below!

 

Please remove all effects, compression, and limiting when exporting stems. If you have an instrument with an effect you would like to keep, you may do so but please remove any limiters on the track. Vocals must be completely dry with no effects, compression or limiting. Please make sure to name your stems accordingly.

For the Bit Depth/Rate choose either 16 or 24 bit. Please only choose the bit rate your recordings are in or lower.

How do I Export Stems from Logic?

For information on exporting stems in Logic please read and click below!

 

Please remove all effects, compression, and limiting when exporting stems. If you have an instrument with an effect you would like to keep, you may do so but please remove any limiters on the track. Vocals must be completely dry with no effects, compression or limiting. Please make sure to name your stems accordingly.

For the Bit Depth/Rate choose either 16 or 24 bit. Please only choose the bit rate your recordings are in or lower.

For information on exporting stems in Reason please read and click below!

http://www.askaudiomag.com/articles/reason-6-export-options-explored

Please remove all effects, compression, and limiting when exporting stems. If you have an instrument with an effect you would like to keep, you may do so but please remove any limiters on the track. Vocals must be completely dry with no effects, compression or limiting. Please make sure to name your stems accordingly.

For the Bit Depth/Rate choose either 16 or 24 bit. Please only choose the bit rate your recordings are in or lower.

For information on exporting stems in Cubase read and click below!

 

Please remove all effects, compression, and limiting when exporting stems. If you have an instrument with an effect you would like to keep, you may do so but please remove any limiters on the track. Vocals must be completely dry with no effects, compression or limiting. Please make sure to name your stems accordingly.

For the Bit Depth/Rate choose either 16 or 24 bit. Please only choose the bit rate your recordings are in or lower.

How do I Export Stems from Studio One?

For information on exporting stems in Studio One please read and click below!

 

Please remove all effects, compression, and limiting when exporting stems. If you have an instrument with an effect you would like to keep, you may do so but please remove any limiters on the track. Vocals must be completely dry with no effects, compression or limiting. Please make sure to name your stems accordingly.

For the Bit Depth/Rate choose either 16 or 24 bit. Please only choose the bit rate your recordings are in or lower.

For information on exporting stems in FL Studio read and click below!

 

Please remove all effects, compression, and limiting when exporting stems. If you have an instrument with an effect you would like to keep, you may do so but please remove any limiters on the track. Vocals must be completely dry with no effects, compression or limiting. Please make sure to name your stems accordingly.

For the Bit Depth/Rate choose either 16 or 24 bit. Please only choose the bit rate your recordings are in or lower.

For information on exporting stems in Ableton Live read and click below!

 

Please remove all effects, compression, and limiting when exporting stems. If you have an instrument with an effect you would like to keep, you may do so but please remove any limiters on the track. Vocals must be completely dry with no effects, compression or limiting. Please make sure to name your stems accordingly.

For the Bit Depth/Rate choose either 16 or 24 bit. Please only choose the bit rate your recordings are in or lower.

For information on exporting stems from Garage Band please read and see the following video below.

 

Please remove all effects, compression, and limiting when exporting stems. If you have an instrument with an effect you would like to keep, you may do so but please remove any limiters on the track. Vocals must be completely dry with no effects, compression or limiting. Please make sure to name your stems accordingly.

For the Bit Depth/Rate choose either 16 or 24 bit. Please only choose the bit rate your recordings are in or lower.

For information on exporting stems from Reaper Please Read and click below!

 

Please remove all effects, compression, and limiting when exporting stems. If you have an instrument with an effect you would like to keep, you may do so but please remove any limiters on the track. Vocals must be completely dry with no effects, compression or limiting. Please make sure to name your stems accordingly.

For the Bit Depth/Rate choose either 16 or 24 bit. Please only choose the bit rate your recordings are in or lower.

1. Select and make sure all your tracks are highlighted in your session.

2. Go to File > Export > Audio

3. Select WAVE for the file type.

4. In the Source Category select Tracks

5. for the Channel Format choose Stereo

6. For the Sample Rate choose 44100

7. For the Bit Depth/Rate choose either 16 or 24 bit. Please only choose the bit rate your recordings are in or lower.

8. In the preset section, you can choose Raw Tracks (no automation/fx)

9. Bounce the files into a folder, then compress (zip) the folder and send it to Booking@ThatDJEll.com using www.wetransfer.com

Note: Please remove all effects, compressors, and limiters when you export your stems. If you have an instrument with an effect you would like to keep, you may do so but please remove any limiters on that track. Vocals must be completely dry with no effects, compressors or limiters. Also, Please make sure you name your stems accordingly and in order.

For information on exporting stems in Adobe Audition read and click below!

 

Please remove all effects, compression, and limiting when exporting stems. If you have an instrument with an effect you would like to keep, you may do so but please remove any limiters on the track. Vocals must be completely dry with no effects, compression or limiting. Please make sure to name your stems accordingly.

For the Bit Depth/Rate choose either 16 or 24 bit. Please only choose the bit rate your recordings are in or lower.

1. Remove all effects from every track including the master track.

2. Make sure the volume level of each track is set to 0.0db including the master track.

3. Create a folder on your desktop with the name of the song and the word “Stems”

4. In Mixcraft click on “Mix Down To Audio File”

5. Select the folder you created on the desktop.

6. For “Save as type” Choose Wave File. For the Bit Depth/Rate choose either 16 or 24 bit. Please only choose the bit rate your recordings are in or lower.

7. Select “Mix Each Track To A Separate File”

8. Click Save

9. On the desktop open the folder to make sure the files are there. If they are, right-click the folder and select “Send To” then “Compressed Folder”

10. Once the compressed folder is created, go to www.WeTransfer.com and upload the compressed folder. The e-mail address is Production@ThatDJEll.com

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