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WellMixed.com has announced a new promotion which gives potential customers a $50 coupon to be used towards mixing with mastering services. To claim the coupon, potential customers only have to enter their e-mail address into a form at http://wellmixed.com.

Since launching in July of 2008, WellMixed has helped musicians who record themselves at home bring out the best in their recordings. This coupon brings the cost of having one’s home recording mixed and mastered to an astounding $49-99.

This is a limited time offer. Potential customers must submit their e-mail address by June 8, and must use the coupon before August 1, 2009. The coupon can not be used on mastering-only services.

Clay Vernon, the founder of WellMixed said, “This promotion will give incentive to potential customers to try WellMixed out and learn how unbeatable the service is. I can’t wait to hear all the new music. It’s the reason I started WellMixed in the first place.”

WellMixed.com is a service that provides mixing and mastering to talented musicians who record themselves but lack the skills to make those recordings sound their best. Customers can upload their sessions to an audio engineer with the ease of drag and drop right on the website.

WellMixed.com now offers a lower cost “Mastering Only” product for musicians who record themselves at home. The new product is in response to potential customers asking for mastering without mixing.

“While I feel like most potential customers will be happier with letting objective and experienced ears mix their music, there are some who need another option,” said WellMixed.com founder and head engineer Clay Vernon.

The new “Mastering Only” options cost $49 for 6 minutes of stereo audio and $39 for 3.5 minutes of stereo audio.

The existing “Mixing with Mastering” options are still available for $149 for 6 minutes of stereo audio and $99 for 3.5 minutes of stereo audio.

“Current WellMixed clients love that they can focus on writing and recording the best music possible and not have to worry about mixing. They will remain my top priority,” Vernon said. “But now musicians who are completely happy with their own mixing skills can have their music mastered professionally using the easiest-to-use mastering website on the internet.”

WellMixed.com is a service that provides mixing and mastering to talented musicians who record themselves but lack the skills to make those recordings sound their best. Customers can upload their sessions to an audio engineer with the ease of drag and drop right on the website.
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