Le Mobile Announces “My Place or Yours” Mix Packages

Jan 21, 2004 12:00 PM, Editors

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Le Mobile (Vista, Calif.) has announced a special “My Place or Yours” package pricing for clients who choose to use the remote studio for mixing and tracking. According to owner Guy Charbonneau (pictured), this flexible structure allows clients to budget a flat fee for the entire project, including mixes in stereo and 5.1 surround.

“Basically, if we did the tracking in Le Mobile, then I already have a good idea of what is involved in finishing the project, so I can quote a flat fee for the mixing,” said Charbonneau. “If the mixing takes longer than expected, there’s no extra charge.”

As an extra incentive, Le Mobile is offering a no-risk, no-fault guarantee on “My Place” mixes: those done while the truck is parked at Le Mobile headquarters with Charbonneau as a primary mix engineer. “Once I’m confident that we have the tracks we need to finish a successful project, then I can offer my guarantee,” Charbonneau said. “After we do the mixes, if the client doesn’t want to use them, then there’s no charge for the mixing time.”

Charbonneau added that the “no-fault” mixing guarantee could apply to projects that are not recorded by Le Mobile after evaluation of tracked material and when he is the primary engineer. Weekly flat-fee rates will be quoted for clients who prefer to use a guest engineer for the mixing.

Two recent DVD projects completed under Le Mobile’s “no-fault guarantee” were Rock Steady by No Doubt and Loose in L.A. by The Pretenders.

For those who choose the “Your Place” mixing option, Le Mobile will travel to a location that is convenient for the client—such as a production company office, suitably large home or a favorite resort—anywhere in the USA or Canada.

“Many artists and producers would prefer to mix at home, but they don’t want to compromise quality,” he said. “But with the ‘Your Place’ option, they can have an immaculate vintage Neve console, Pro Tools|HD, Studer D827 digital and Studer A800 analog machines, and great assortment of outboard gear.”

More information is available at www.lemobile.com.






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