Soundit Music Worldwide Group

We are a world-class facility with a solid reputation which serves the most elite of music, film and television clientele. It was built to give singers, songwriters and filmmakers access to engineers running the very best equipment ever made. We help people produce projects from concept through Recording and Mastering. Soundit Music has a large library of samples and sound effects for film and video work, voice-overs, Television-Radio Ads and soundtrack coring.

If you interested in finding out more about Soundit Music and what we offer, please don’t hesitate to Contact us via Our Online web form HERE

In the meantime, we have also prepared some of our most Frequently Asked Questions below. We hope they will help you get the most out of your studio experience.

What kind of music do you specialize in?

Everything.  From Rnb , Gospel Pop to rock, Dance to Hip-hop, Jazz to Reggae.  We are an all inclusive studio musically, and each of our resident engineers has different specialties based on their background.  To read more about our engineers, click here.

What is the Different between recording, mixing, mastering, and production?

Glad you asked.  Studio jargon is often misused nowadays. It is important to know what exactly you’ll be needing in order to get your project done the way you want it.  Here are a couple of basic definitions below to help you find what you need.


The act of recording a live instrument, person, electronic instrument, or any combination of the three at the same time.  When it comes to bands, singers, and any acts where the sound is produced live, recording is the basic foundation that studios are best known for.


This term is often used very loosely and can mean a variety of things. Most commonly, it involves the work of a producer for a client project.  The producer can be responsible for songwriting, instrumentation, electronic/digital beat programming and sound design. Furthermore, he assists with project/record management, artist guidance and coaching. He can also help with many other details that go into creating music in the studio.  Depending on the level of involvement, a producer may be involved in only 1, several or all of these facets.


This comprises the true legwork of any modern studio aside from recording and it is what we specialize in best.  Mixing involves tweaking the sounds in songs so that every element, instrument, and feeling translates perfectly no matter who hears it.  This can involve lots of editing and revision of the recordings. As well as adding a “polish” to the overall sound of the track, so that it feels crisp, clean and pristine in quality.


This is the final step in the song creation process.  After mixing is completed, mastering is a final touch-up of the completed song. It is also calibrating it to commercial quality sound levels to achieve the best feel.  Where mixing is often about editing, mastering is more about bolstering the final product. It is about giving it the lasting spark that makes it stand out from the crowd.

Soundit Music Group Studio specializes in all these steps of the song creation process. We are happy to help you determine what you need to achieve that larger than life sound.

How Do I Schedule An Appoinment?

It is quite simple. You can schedule an appointment with us in 1 of 3 possible methods.

  1. You can drop us a message through our Contact Us page. We will make sure to get back to you as soon as we get your message. Please include your contact number so that we can get hold of you.
  2. Alternatively you can make a booking on the Appointments page. Select the service you want, the time and the person you would want to work with. Fill in all the required details and make sure you select the bank deposit option. You will then get an email with the banking details within the hour. Once you have done the deposit or EFT immediately email the Proof of Payment (PoP) to so that we can approve your booking. Please note that we cannot approve your booking until you have sent that PoP. Do not hesitate to call us should you get stuck anywhere in the process.
  3. However, If you prefer paying in cash do give us a call on 00000000 and we can schedule an appointment for you.