Remote Song Remixing To Help You Reach a New Audience And Gain New Fans

Expand your musical horizons and cross over into a new genre.

Corner a New Market With Your Music

Having your track remixed in a different genre not only enables you to reach a new audience, it makes your original song more accessible too. After hearing a great remix, music fans are always curious to hear the original. In turn, this can lead to them listening to your entire catalogue, and you gaining new, devoted fans.

Opening up your songs to a new market also increases your promotion opportunities. Just think of all the new playlists, radio stations, music blogs, DJs, clubs, and record labels you can reach out to in the new genre.

100% Remote Music Remixing

Working with a remote remixer removes the time constraints that come with hiring an in-house engineer. It also keeps your costs low, as you don’t need to pay studio rent in addition to a producer’s time.

I work from my home studio in Edinburgh and I have a thorough process for ensuring that your vision will be fully realised.  And of course, if you’re in Edinburgh (or happen to be visiting), we can meet face-to-face in one of the various studios I use in the city.

Listen to Some Examples of My Remixing

A Simple, Straightforward Remixing Process

1. Discovery

We’ll sit down with a coffee over Zoom and we’ll chat about how you want your remix to sound. I’ll listen to your reference tracks and previous releases and we can talk about what you hope to achieve with the track.


2. Demo for feedback

To create an initial demo, I’ll need the dry stems of the original track. I can include as much, or as little of the original track as you like. I’ll send you a demo version of the remix and you can provide feedback.


3. Mixing and approval

Once you’re happy with how the demo sounds, I’ll use your reference tracks as a guide for mixing. I’ll pay attention to the frequency spectrum, the dynamics, time-based audio effects, and panning. I use a range of premium plugins and approaches to bring out the best in your recording.

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What Artists Say About Working With Me...

''Very Reliable & Friendly''

‘It was lovely working with Jamie. Very reliable, friendly and professional! I really appreciate the efforts that came from his side and would love to work together again soon.’

Jiliaan, Pop Artist

''Exactly What I Wanted''

‘Jamie made a great instrumental production for me, he was very open to making tweaks until it was exactly how I wanted it, would definitely work with him again!’

Lauren St James, Vocalist, Songwriter, Topliner, Artist


''Values the Artists'

‘I’ve mastered several songs for Jamie, and a key takeaway, other than how talented he is, is how much he values the artists and musicians he collaborates with. He’s always eager to learn more about the mastering process and how to achieve the best results. It is very easy for me to recommend his services.’

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''A Fantastic Producer''

‘Jamie is a fantastic producer and songwriter. He collaborates with an open mind and brings fresh ideas to every session. On the songwriting side I’ve written two tracks with him so far and I’m really proud of both. He is reliable and focused… so valuable in a co-writer. On the production side, Jamie has great creativity and ideas – but he also listens to his co-writers and is willing to give everything a try to ensure he’s serving the song as best he can. I cannot recommend him enough.’

Michelle Suzanne, Vocalist, Songwriter, Artist

''A Dedicated Professional''

‘Had a ball collaborating with Jamie, he made an instrumental production for one of my toplines. He is such a dedicated professional and a pleasure to work with’.

Juliette Louise, Vocalist, Songwriter, Artist

''An Exceptional Individual''

‘Jamie is an exceptional individual! He listens to feedback and always wants you to get the best possible mix, I highly recommend him!!’.

ShaunTheFlame, Artist

''Made Me Feel At Ease''

‘A very kind, and hardworking sound producer. Made me feel at ease. The process, and the finished track was a smooth journey. Delighted with my single “I Do It My Way” – Jamie is magic! :)’.

Angel May, Artist


How much does remixing cost?

A full song remix costs £300 per track. For EPs of up to 6 tracks, I offer a 10% discount on the total cost. And for albums of more than 7 tracks, I’ll produce a song for free.

Will you master my track too?

The cost doesn’t include mastering. I always recommend using a separate mastering engineer so that your track benefits from a second pair of ears. Once you’re 100% happy with the production and mix of the track, I can prepare it for mastering. I work closely with several mastering engineers and can introduce you. Alternatively, you can use your own engineer.

What files will you send me?

Once you’ve approved the final mix, I can send as many different versions of the track as you like. I typically recommend having a full track, an instrumental, and an extended version for live DJ sets. I’ll also send you the full stems of the track.

How does the online part work?

Like a charm. To kick things off, we can chat over Zoom and discuss your ideas. I’ll then send you demos and mixes for feedback via Google Drive. You can email me your notes and we can chat things through in more detail over Zoom. I can share my screen and we can make adjustments in real time too.

How many rounds of revisions are included?

You’ll have unlimited revisions. I’ll keep working on the track until you’re 100% happy with how it sounds. Typically, artists approve tracks after 3 or 4 rounds, but every artist and every song is different.

What software and gear do you use?

My DAW of choice is Reaper. I’m primarily and electronic producer, and I have a suite of premium plugins from leading brands that will make your tracks shine. I also have an array of instruments that can be used on your track if required. Most of my productions are done ‘in the box’, on AKG K702 headphones, and I use M-Audio BX5 studio monitors for reference.

Let's Chat About Your Project

Plugins and skills are one thing, being on the same wavelength is another. Drop me an email, and let’s sit down with a coffee over Zoom.