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A good mix requires attention, care and a good knowledge of the sonority of the different instruments, diverse styles and attending to the needs of the artist.
My studio is an analog-digital hybrid. In case the mix requires it, I can pass the tracks through transformers, valves, solid state, or a combination of all and digital plugins to get the right sound.
The analog outboard gear I have is not possible to replicate with plugins, there are similar things, but it's not the same. In the same way, there are things that digital plugins can do, but that are not possible within the analog world.
The advantage in delpinomix is that it combines both worlds.
When sending the files, it is best to maintain their original format, either in 16, 24 or 32 bit, or at 44.1, 48, 96 or 192 kHz.
Personally, I do not recommend a frequency higher than 96 kHz. For this I recommend reading the following article:
It is also important to highlight which elements require more prominence and, if possible, a couple of songs as a reference and a raw mix of your song.
If plugins have been used, specify what type, and it's always helpful to inform me what equipment was used for the recording, types of microphone, preamps, and where it was recorded.

Label the tracks in a correct way it is also important. As a suggestion:
  • Kick In

  • Kick Out

  • Snare Top

  • Snare Bt

  • Fl Tom

  • Rk Tom 1

  • Rk Tom 2

  • HH

  • OH L

  • OH R

  • Room

  • Loop Intro, Vs…1, 2, 3…

  • Bass DI

  • Bass Amp

  • Guit OD L or R

  • Guit DIS L or R

  • Guit Solo

  • Ac Guitar St or M (Stereo or Mono)

  • Key Pad

  • Loop Ambience

  • Synth 1, 2, 3..

  • Solo Lead

  • Vocal Vs

  • Vocal Br

  • Vocal Ch

  • BV 1..and so on

  • BV Gang

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