Mixing

Mixing is as much of an art form as playing a musical instrument and singing are. Carrig Sound record music so that people want to listen to it again and again.  If it’s not mixed right, then this objective can’t be achieved.  Common problems are: It’s too ‘boomy’, the vocals sound too scratchy, thin or are too quiet in the mix, the guitar is too loud or too much reverb is used making the mix lose its clarity and focus, the drums sound cheap and tinny, or the whole band sounds like they’re bunched together in a small room.

Allen & Heath GL2800 close up.

Allen & Heath GL2800 close up.

What everyone wants is a mix sounding full, well balanced and 3-dimensional, with all the individual elements of the mix clearly heard, and with no parts hidden or overshadowed by others.  A mix that captures the listener’s attention from the word go, and, keeps them there! Carrig Sound gives your music the attention it deserves, readying your music for the final important stage of Post-Production called Mastering