Build a Professional Portfolio
Be proud of the songs you show to your potential clients
Building a portfolio as a mix engineer can be difficult. But it doesn’t have to be. Let’s face it, it’s hard to convince artists and producers (especially talented ones) to let you mix their music if the songs in your portfolio aren’t at their level or better. All the multitrack songs from Modern Mixing can be used to build up your portfolio. It’s as easy downloading the ones you like, mixing them and then adding them to your portfolio.
Start working with paying clients much faster
If you have ever tried to build your portfolio, then you know it’s hard to get artists to let you work on their stuff even if you offer your service for free. This process can drag on for months before you get your hands on some multitrack stems that you are proud to show as a mixing engineer. Then you still have to put in all that time to mix the songs. The goal is to put up a portfolio and use that portfolio to sell your service to clients, and if you want to attract talented clients, you NEED good songs. With the Modern Mixing Multitracks library, you can save yourself months of time searching, so you can spend that time mixing and looking for clients to pay for your service.
Multiple Genres to Add to Your Portfolio
Please select a genre you’d like to start browsing.
Make Money Faster
Reduce the number of free gigs you take on
As engineers, we all want to make money. We work for free so that we can get ahead, but the ultimate goal is to have artists pay for our service. If you have to go out and beg for free gigs, then artists are going to expect that you do things for them for free all the time. Buying a few multitracks and putting together a portfolio will help with that problem. An average low-level mix engineer can easily sell his/her mixing services for $100 a song. If you were to buy only four multitracks to build your portfolio, and you only got one client out of it, you would still make a profit.
All multitracks are a minimum of 16 bit, 44.1 kHz, but most are 24 bit 44.1kHz
There are multiple genres and vocalists for you to choose from
All of the productions are pro level, industry quality, and make mixing fun!