Mixing Services



Kaminari Knight now offers a high quality mixing and mastering service, which is currently in beta, meaning that customers can pay whatever they like based on their satisfaction with the result.

Pricing: You decide!

As Kaminari Knight is still honing his skill particularly on genres that he doesn't normally work in, until he completes enough projects, you will be able to decide how much his work is worth based on how satisfied you are with the result. Once he completes enough projects, the beta phase will end, after which the price will set based on the input he receives from his beta customers. The plan is to set it at the average rate, although the price may be adjusted higher or lower depending on circumstances such as Kaminari Knight's financial situation.

The Process: Please read carefully!

  1. To begin, contact Kaminari Knight and send him either an MP3 or a SoundCloud link of the track(s) on which you want him to mix or master.

  2. Kaminari Knight will review your track. If he approves it, you will be asked to send him audio files as follows:

    • Export every separate track (for example: separated drums (i.e.: kick, snare, cymbals, etc), bass, guitar, vocal, synth, fx, etc.) as 24-bit .wav or .aif files. When exporting the tracks, make sure there is no processing on the master channel. Also, it is very important to make sure there is no peaking on the exported files!

  3. After receiving the audio files, Kaminari Knight will lock himself in his room and get to work on your track. IMPORTANT: Please be aware that as he also has a day job, it may take several weeks or perhaps even a month for him to complete just one track (you may get it sooner if you're lucky, depending on the complexity of your project).

  4. Once he has completed work, you will be given a private link to a preview of the completed track. If you are satisfied with the result, you can get a copy of the completed file after paying a price of your choice based on your degree of satisfaction.

  5. If you release the completed track commercially, please be sure to credit Kaminari Knight. Also, while it is not mandatory, it is also preferable that Kaminari Knight receives at least 10% of the revenue from the sales of that track.

Tips for making an easy-to-work-with recording

A lot of producers will tell you this, if the mix involves recording a live band, be sure to thoroughly rehearse the song before recording it! Also, it is recommended that the band be recorded in a professional-grade recording studio, but if for any reason you are unable to access a recording studio, I may accept home-recorded stems if they are of sufficient quality. In such a case, be sure to record in an area with minimal background noise.