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Old 31st January 2017
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URL doesn't work, so not sure how anyone is supposed to help you evaluate that service... my advice would be look local, and look for someone who has real credits. It's not that expensive, but it's not going to be some 'pay 50$ per track' kinda deal either.... anyone charging a flat fee that low per track, is just going to run it through some preset process, make very small adjustments, print and send you an invoice. It's a waste of money.
I'm in Australia, I could recommend a bunch of people to look at doubt, wherever you live there would be someone close by with reputable credentials... plus you could sit in on the session and learn and give feedback at the same time. Cheers.