Frequently asked questions
When do I pay for my session?
50% deposit is due once you receive the session confirmation email and no less than 24 hours before the scheduled session start time.
How do I pay my deposit?
Deposit payment methods accepted are Cash App, Venmo, Paypal, and Zelle. Deposits cannot be paid in cash.
When is my session remaining balance due?
The remaining balance of your session must be paid by the end of your session and before you receive the recorded files of your session.
Do y'all make beats too?
Sound IRS uses OMG Beats for music production services. You can find them by clicking on the "Beats" tab in the menu bar on this page?
Can i bring my friends with me?
You are strongly encouraged to bring only essential workers necessary for your recording session.
What's included with my session?
In addition to access to the studio and it's equipment (based on availability), every session includes the engineer, basic editing to get rid of unwanted noise like the sound of jewelry or clothes russling in the mic, and a rough mix.
Mixing & Mastering
What is a rough mix?
"A preliminary mix of the existing tracks and elements recorded for a song. A rough mix is usually the first opportunity for the artist and producer to hear what they have recorded in the context of a complete or nearly complete production."- Sweetwater.com
What is the difference beteween mixing and mastering?
"...The final process that your music undergoes before distribution. Its primary aim is to polish your mix to its finest presentation and prepare it for distribution on CD, vinyl, or the internet."- Sweetwater
What is the difference between a stereo and multitrack mix?
A stereo mix is a mix where all the music or the "beat" has already been mixed together into a stereo (left and right) track. A multitrack mix is when you provide us with all the individual sounds of the beat, i.e. kick drum, snare, bass, piano, guitar, etc.