Mixing your finished song for $65

In Mixing 100% Guarantee By Konstantin Raidovski

Mixing your finished song for $65


My name is Konstantin Raidovski and my career started over 20 years ago as a guitar player. While I was recording at various studious and playing live, I studied and graduated music and audio production in Technical University - Sofia, Bulgaria.

I started working as live sound and broadcast engineer, but my passion to be involved in music productions was the reason to start as sound engineer in a beautiful big studio with over 80 years of history - part of the large recording studio complex of the Bulgarian National Radio ( BNR). It was in 2011 when I started, and up to now I work in Studio 2 of BNR. I made a lots of records of variuos musical productions and drama. I worked and continue to work with large amount of genres and different projects with musicians from all over the world. I learned how to cut and record on tape and how to work with various tape machines, how to record and mix in digital and analog domain, and how to get the best from these different worlds. When I use gear- everything changes in a specific way for every different project.

The gear that I use for mixing includes Pro Tools, Cubase, Nuendo and Harrison Mixbuss stations with a lots of vst native and DSP plugins. Waves, Slate Digital, Softube, Fabfilter, Sonny Oxford and many UAD plugins with Apollo and Satelite DSP accelerators and many more are in my digital rig.

I basically have two locations - Studio 2 with Lynx Aurora converters, Amek "big" analog console with total recall and automation function, vintage ADR, Orban and other compressors, vintage and modern delays and reverb units like several Lexicons 224 and 480L, delta T vintage delay units, Lexicon PCM 70's reverbs and Eventide 910 harmonizers. Modern T.C. electronic processors as fireworx, M3000, Finalizers etc. also in the racks. Several Studer A80 and Telefunken 15a tape machines are also used for adding tape compression and warmth to the tracks.

The other location is my home studio where I have UAD Apollos hardware in combination with Apogee Rosetta converters through Neve 8816 summing mixer. Several vintage ADR compressors, Drawmer 1960's, Rebis, TL audio and, T.C. electronics units etc. My goal is to use the best combination from analog and digital gear for every different project.

I work with up to three or four revisions, please make sure that everything is ready to be mixed and organized clear in Cubase, Nuendo or Pro Tools session.

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