#1
A friend of mine wants me to mix and master songs that he's been recording, and he said he's willing to pay me. I have no idea where to start though. I want to get a good amount of money, but I don't want to charge him a ton since he's a good friend of mine. Any suggestions?
#2
What are your qualifications/experience?

What kind of gear are you using?

Have you done work for anyone else?
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What are your qualifications/experience?

What kind of gear are you using?

Have you done work for anyone else?


I have lots of experience, however I'm nowhere near professional. I do plan on attending college for Music Production, though.

I will be using Logic Pro, and whatever gear is in the studio that he's been recording in lately (he said the guy who usually mixes and masters his stuff isn't very good)

And me and my friend that I mentioned used to be in a rap group together and I recorded, mixed, and mastered all of our songs. We had released a mixtape of about 17 songs and had around 10 songs that we also released around 10 other songs. I mixed and mastered all of these songs that we did together.
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I would say look at some existing prices on the internet or on forum adverts or something for professionals. Then maybe charge what seems reasonable to your skill level and maybe include mates rates.
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