The studio is equipped with a
vast array of hardware and software tools from a variety of manufactures.
of them emulate the sonic characteristics of Classic Vintage equipment
such as the LA-2A and the 1176 Leveling Amplifiers, the Pultec EQ and the
We can also use our
to add the warmth of analog tape to
achieve that highly sought after tape saturation and compression sound.
The tools that we use for
Mastering will also vary on each song. Of course the greatest tool we have
is our ears and the training and experience in the use of these tools.
What we do for a Rock CD is definitely different than what we do for an
acoustic recording or a Jazz recording.
Vintage Reel to Reels
Best of All
Mastering is included in the
same project price as your mixing and recording session with our packages. You
will also be provided with an un-mastered copy of your mixes in case you
choose to go to another mastering facility.
What is Mastering?
get asked this question on a daily basis.
Mastering is the final
creative step in the audio production process.
This is the last chance before
duplication to enhance your sound or polish the final mix so to
speak. Exactly what we do will vary from song to song, artist to artist.
Mastering will effect part or
all of the mix and not just an individual track such as the vocal or
Mastering usually involves one
or more of the following procedures:
Optimize Levels ( Increasing
Volume through Compression & Limiting)
Perform Final EQ Adjustments
Add Special Effects
Arrange Song Sequence
Add Digital silence between
Fade ins/Fade Outs
Remove Unwanted Silence
Add PQ Codes and ID Codes
Create Backup Copies
Create Red Book Standard CD
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