• Instrument Replacement - If you have individual parts of your song (stems), we can replace
or layer your existing instruments for additional strength and clarity.
• Voice Over - Choose from a elaborate set of voices and accents to suit the perfect voice
over for your presentation / advert.
• Time Alignment - Due to instruments being recorded separately, issues of them not playing
in time with another part may arise, requiring micro correction for cohesive playback of your
• Vocal Pitch Correction - When you don’t have the chance to re-record your entire session
because of a few notes that are sung off key, computer technology helps us accurately
correct such defects like it never even happened.
• Snippets - "Snippets" are short pieces of songs usually 30 seconds to one minute in length
that are used for promo cassettes or CD's. They normally feature a verse and chorus of four
to six of the best cuts on the album crossfaded seamlessly together.
• Removing Transient Noises - Short-duration glitches, clicks and pops can often be
removed, whether they are digitally generated glitches or recorded noises.
• Spotting Sounds & SFX - "Spotting" refers to the mixing in of sounds or sound effects at
precise spots in the program. For instance, have an explosion occur on top of the last chord,
or add finger snaps to the intro. Whatever you can bring in on CD, DAT, cassette or vinyl can
be mixed in to your program.
• Song Form Rearrangement - Digital editing offers many options that can be done quickly &
easily. Some examples: Use the same chorus every time in the song for the best vocal
harmonies; cut the guitar lead in half; add extra choruses to the end of the song; put part of
the bridge at the beginning for an intro. Any of these are simple edits for an experienced
• Comping - "Comping" is editing between multiple mixes of the same song to assemble the
perfect combination of the different song elements. For instance, mix #1 may have the best
lead vocal volume, mix #2 an alternative vocal effect used during the choruses, and mix #3
the better guitar eq during the lead.
• Lengthen or Shorten Songs - Cut a five minute long song down to a 3:30 version for radio,
or repeat verses, choruses & instrumental parts for an extended version.