Abbey Road Studios Online Mixing offers you the opportunity to have your recording mixed at the world's most famous recording studio.
You will need to register on the website to create an Online Mixing account. Existing Online Mastering users can use their details to access the service.
Here is the process in three easy steps:
Upload all the audio files for the job.
Select the service you would like.
Define the number of multi-tracks and length of the song you would like mixed.
Please provide as much information as possible.
Pay for your job with your credit card using our secure system (from SecPay).
Your mixed song will be ready for download within 10 working days.
Abbey Road Studios has a long tradition of combining great talent with excellent facilities in a very special environment. We have worked with some of the world's greatest artists including The Beatles, Pink Floyd, Radiohead, Kate Bush, U2, Oasis, Florence + the Machine and Lady Gaga to name but a few. The combination of our award-winning engineers and unrivalled range of equipment ensures that we are leaders in our field.
The online mixing service offers a more accessible alternative to working personally at Abbey Road Studios, providing musicians and producers all over the world with the engineering excellence that makes us the perfect venue for mixing your song.
Upload your audio files online and an Abbey Road Studios engineer will use a combination of vintage analogue gear and the latest digital technology to get the best results from your song.
Prices are calculated according to the duration of the song and the number of audio multi-tracks. One mix revision is included as part of the package, giving you the chance to get every detail of your mix just right! Instrumental and vocal only mixes can be provided, just let us know what you need.
How to use the Online Mixing service
As our engineers won’t be working with you in person, it’s important for us to gather as much information as possible about how you’d like your song to sound. So please send us your ideas, i.e. “I’d really like this to sound like a Pixies song”, or “I’d really like this to sound like a Pixie Lott song”, “give it a long fadeout”, “the vocal needs a slap back echo” etc.
If you have a rough mix, then send that along too and tell us what you like and don’t like about it. Sending a commercially released reference song is also very useful. Instructions like these will immediately give us a better idea of what you’re expecting and we are always open to suggestions.
Before submitting your audio files, please ensure that you have read our How It Works section carefully. This explains exactly what we need from you, along with what you can expect from the service.