New Upfront pricing options!  Start your project in 3 easy steps. 

1) Choose the number of songs on your mixtape 
2) Click Buy Now 
3) Upload your mixtape.  

Your receipt will be emailed to you and an engineer will contact you to discuss the details about your project

New Upfront pricing options! Start your project in 3 easy steps.

1) Choose the number of songs on your mixtape
2) Click Buy Now
3) Upload your mixtape.

Your receipt will be emailed to you and an engineer will contact you to discuss the details about your project




Look at your Mixtape as the car you’re driving. You and your mix engineer built it by hand. The mastering engineer is your Jack-of-all-trades mechanic. Under the hood he checks fluid levels and tops them off. He tweaks the engine to give it more RPM and to maximize horsepower. He upgrades your stereo system with a sub woofer, amplifier, 6x9’s, Equalizer and tweeters. So not only is the music loud but smooth and clear. He details the interior with a tooth brush from floor to ceiling. He touches up the paint job to eliminate scratches. Finally, he waxes and buffs your car to give it that shine! So when you leave the shop, you can be confident you’re riding clean, looking and sounding better than your competition!

KiDxSiC Lead mastering engineer, MIXTAPE MASTERING

Q&A: What is mastering? How to submit your Mixtape

  • Q:

    What is Mastering? How is a Mix engineer different from a Mastering engineer?

  • A:

    Mastering takes place after mixing and before distribution. It is one of the most important steps in the post production phase, but it is often the most overlooked (especially with Mixtapes). The difference between mixing and mastering is that a mix engineer mixes separate tracks together to make a song. A mastering engineer mixes different songs together to make a CD (or a Mixtape, Ep, Demo etc). The goal of Mastering is to optimize the sound quality of the music to its highest fidelity and to deliver it in its final form. A mix engineer uses specific tools on each track to make a mix sound clear, consistent, and controlled. A mastering engineer uses specific tools on each song to make the CD sound clear, consistent and controlled. Furthermore, a mastering engineer compiles the songs in order and places the space between songs as well as fade-ins and fade-outs.

  • Q:

    Why master my Mixtape? It's just a Mixtape...

  • A:

    If you think that your Mixtape is "just a Mixtape" then just stop rapping or singing right now. You have no confidence in your music. Mixtapes can make or break an artist. Your Mixtape can put you on! It's the link between your art form and potential fans (or even investors). Don't you want your music to sound as good as it can possibly sound? Don't you want to sound presentable? Just as you wouldn't go into a meeting unprepared, you don't want to put your music out there un-mastered.

  • Q:

    What is the turn around time for mastering?

  • A:

    Turn around time for a 10-12 song mixtape is 48-72 hours. 13-15 is 4 days. 16-18 is 5 days. 19-22 is 7 and 23-25 is 10 days. Projects are often finished ahead of schedule

  • Q:

    What happens if i would like a few adjustments to be made after my mixtape is mastered?

  • A:

    After we submit the final master of your mixtape you are allowed 2 revisions. The first must be submitted within the first 72 hours of receiving your mastered mixtape. A second and final revision can be done within 24 hours.