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Accepted Mix Delivery Formats:

recommended: Digital Audio Files: wav or aiff  (at any standard bit and sample rate up to 32bit / 384kHz) received online via our Hightail Uplink (preferred) DropBox, WeTransfer, Sendspace or FTP or delivered on USB flash drive (preferred) SATA hard drive  (preferred) EIDE hard drive  CD-R, DVD-R, DVD+R, Blu-Ray data discs SD/MicroSD/XD/MMC/MS flash memory cards Files should optimally sent at the same sample rate you recorded the tracks at - peaking at -0.1dB Fs max - with NO brickwall limiting or clipping (flat topped wave forms) on them. More information on preparing digital mix files 1/4" or 1/2" 2-track Analog Reel    at 7.5, 15 or 30ips    information for preparing analog tape reels also accepted: sd2 files - at any standard bit and sample rate up to 24bit / 48kHz FLAC, SHN - lossless codecs at at any standard bit and sample rate up to 24bit / 192kHz Compact Disc Digital Audio - 16bit / 44.1kHz stereo PCM digital audio   on CD-R or replicated CD DAT (Digital Audio Tape) 16 bit only at 44.1kHz or 48kHz MiniDisc (stereo and standard format only) Cassette (with or without Dolby B or C noise reduction) 4-track Cassette (at standard or double speeds - with or without dbx noise reduction) DVD-Video or DVD-Audio disc 12", 10" or 7" Vinyl Record at 33-1/3 or 45rpm NOT recommended: mp3, m4a, wma, aac, ogg (these file formats use “lossy” data compression that degrades the audio and yields inferior sounding results) other formats (such as 1" analog reel, ADAT, 24bit DAT, Tascam DA-88 / DA-78, PCM1630, 78rpm records, etc.) require additional charges quoted on a per job basis Please do not send us the only copy of your mixes!!  Make sure that you have made a safety copy first!
© 2016 Total Sonic Media

Accepted Mix Delivery Formats:

recommended: Digital Audio Files: wav or aiff  (at any standard bit and sample rate up to 32bit / 384kHz) received online via our Hightail Uplink (preferred) DropBox, WeTransfer, Sendspace or FTP or delivered on USB flash drive (preferred) SATA hard drive  (preferred) EIDE hard drive  CD-R, DVD-R, DVD+R, Blu-Ray data discs SD/MicroSD/XD/MMC/MS flash memory cards files should optimally sent at the same sample rate you recorded the tracks at - peaking at -0.1dB Fs max - with NO brickwall limiting or clipping (flat topped wave forms) on them. More information on preparing digital mix files 1/4" or 1/2" 2-track Analog Reel    at 7.5, 15 or 30ips  information for preparing analog tape reels also accepted: sd2 files - at any standard bit and sample rate up to 24bit / 48kHz FLAC, SHN - lossless codecs at at any standard bit and sample rate up to 24bit / 192kHz Compact Disc 16bit / 44.1kHz stereo PCM digital audio   on CD-R or replicated CD DAT (Digital Audio Tape) 16 bit only at 44.1kHz or 48kHz MiniDisc (stereo and standard format only) Cassette (with or without Dolby B or C noise reduction) 4-track Cassette (at standard or double speeds - with or without dbx noise reduction) DVD-Video or DVD-Audio disc 12", 10" or 7" Vinyl Record at 33-1/3 or 45rpm NOT recommended: mp3, m4a, wma, aac, ogg (these file formats use “lossy” data compression that degrades the audio and yields inferior sounding results) other formats (such as 1" analog reel, ADAT, 24bit DAT, Tascam DA-88 / DA-78, PCM1630, 78rpm records, etc.) require additional charges quoted on a per job basis Please do not send us the only copy of your mixes!!  Make sure that you have made a safety copy first!