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Recording & Producing

Simple contact us via Phone, Whatsapp or Email to confirm your preferred Date and Time. Once the booking is available we will schedule your Session or suggest another available time.  Contact us here for bookings

Yes we can. Simple send us a demo or voice note of what you have and we can do the rest.

Yes we can. Simple book a session and we will work with you to complete your song.

Yes we can. We will work with you to add, adjust or even recreate your project to your liking. 

Yes we can. Our beat catalog is always expanding and we offer special rates for Recording, Production and Distribution when you use our beats. You also have to option to buy exclusive rights to the beat or riddim once it has not been used by another artiste. Contact us to discuss.

Yes you can. Once your song content is suitable for the Riddim Project, we will be happy to have you join us. Contact us to discuss.

This all depends on the artiste. A song can take 2 days to 2 weeks. Contact us to discuss.


Yes we can. Simple email us your DAW session files or Wav files that are prepared for Mixing and we will do the rest.

We use Pro Tools 12. However if you use another DAW, export your project as OMF or AAF files so we can import it into our system for mixing. See more info on OMF and AAF files, click here.

Follow these steps;

  1. Ensure all the instrument and vocal takes are completely edited and converted to Wav files. Note. if we have to edit your files an addition cost will incur.
  2. Ensure all the files are cleanly recorded and are not clipping.
  3. Ensure all files are consolidated so they start and end at the same time.
  4. Ensure all the files are organized and correctly labeled.
  5. Make sure your vocals are tuned and dry. No reverb or delays.
  6. Include a reference demo mix of the song in Wav or Mp3 and a brief description text of session information such as BPM, song key, and any notes that are important to consider when completing the mix.
  1. Put all your files in one folder and zip that folder so you get one zipped file. See more about Zip files here.
  2. Send that zipped file through a service such as WeTransfer, DropBox, Google Drive or any file transfer service to
  3. Ensure your sharing settings allow us edit and download access to the files so we dont have to request permission online.

Once the files are ready for Mixing when we receive them, the completed mix usually takes about 2-3 days to get back to you.

Yes we can Master the Mix also. We offer special packages for Mix & Master, so when you receive your song file it is ready for distribution.


Mastering is the term most commonly used to refer to the process of taking an audio mix and preparing it for distribution. There are several considerations in this process: unifying the sound of a record, maintaining consistency across multiple playback formats, and preparing for Broadcast or Online distribution.

One goal of mastering is to correct mix balance issues and enhance particular sonic characteristics, taking a good mix (usually in the form of a stereo file) and putting the final touches on it. This can involve adjusting levels, adding broad equalization, applying compression, limiting and general “sweetening” of the mix. Think of it as the difference between a good-sounding mix and a professional-sounding, finished master.

Consideration also has to be made for how the individual tracks work together when played one after another in an album sequence. Is there a consistent sound? Are the levels matched? Does the collection have a common “character” and play back evenly so that the listener doesn’t have to adjust the volume?

This process is generally included in the previous step, with the additional evaluation of how individual tracks sound in sequence and in relation to each other. This doesn’t mean that you simply make one preset and use it on all your tracks so that they have a consistent sound. Instead, the goal is to reconcile the differences between tracks while maintaining (or even enhancing) the character of each of them, which will most likely mean different settings for different tracks.

The final step usually involves preparing the song or sequence of songs for download, manufacturing and/or duplication/replication. This step varies depending on the intended delivery format. In the case of a CD, it can mean converting to 16 bit/44.1 kHz audio through resampling and/or dithering, and setting track indexes, track gaps, PQ codes, and other CD-specific markings. For web-centered distribution, you might need to adjust the levels to prepare for conversion to AAC, MP3 or hi-resolution files and include the required metadata.

  1. Remove all processing from your master channel. Adding processors to the master channel can make it difficult for us to make a great master. EQ, compression and limiting can all affect the dynamics, which is taken care of by us at the mastering stage.
  2. During the main section of your song, the peak level should be about -5db. THIS IS IMPORTANT. Giving us enough headroom to work with will give you a better master. We will use EQ and compression alongside other tools which boost the peak level of your song.

    For example, if you send us a song that’s peaking at 0db, our processing will cause the audio to peak above 0db and distort. If you’re unsure of your levels, use a peak meter to measure the output on your master channel. Please note: the master fader must remain at 0db at all times, with the audio peaking through it at -5db.

  3. Please submit your files as 44100hz, 24bit or 16bit WAV files. For best quality Master MP3 or other compressed formats are not recommended.
  4. Do not record your pre-master with dithering or other plug-ins designed to “enhance” the sound. Please also make sure that ‘normalisation’ is off when exporting.
  1. Put all your files in one folder and zip that folder so you get one zipped file. See more about Zip files here.
  2. Send that zipped file through a service such as WeTransferDropBoxGoogle Drive or any file transfer service to
  3. Ensure your sharing settings allow us edit and download access to the files so we dont have to request permission online.

Once the file(s) are ready for Mastering when we receive them, the completed Master usually takes about 2-3 days to get back to you.


Here are 6 tips for promoting your songs;

  1. Invest in a Photo shoot and do a Professional press kit. People will respect your professionalism and pay attention.
  2. Do live promo. Don’t think you’re too good for free shows. They’re integral in gaining exposure and getting good practice. Even if you’re performing for five people, you never know which one of them may be the key to you moving your career to the next level.
  3. Print and hand out promo CDs. Yes, there are still people who listen to CDs, and you should make sure they have your songs. Start with friends, then friends of friends, and expand your reach from there.
  4. Reach out to the local media, build relationships with them, and let them know why your songs deserve to be featured. This will take time, but building relationships is critical in this business. Be patient, and be consistent.
  5. Share your music on Social Media! Facebook and Instagram is very influential in the modern music world.
  6. Invest in a Professional Music Video or Lyric Video. The world is very visual and people love to look while they listen. 

We provide Photography, Videography and Music Distribution services. Contact us to learn more.

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