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Old 27th August 2012
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Hey Joe. Something that i learned from a studio next door to mine that i adopted & it seems to work:
Give the client 3 choices for a mix. 1) Rough mix=really basic w/ some comp, EQ, & some reverb. Basically a good blend. (I have found that many people r ok w/ this). Total time 3-4 hours. 2) Mid-level mix=obviously a more sophisticated mix w/ lil more bells & whistles. Total time 4-7 hours. 3) Radio-ready mix=full-on commitment to perfection & ur best work. Total time, whole day to day & a 1/2 or wutever it takes.

This is black-n-white for the client & there's no surprises. Set ur prices for each of these. If they talk u down on price slightly, take it!

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