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Some of my friends & peers are some of the most talented musicians in the world,yet I have not had the opportunity to master their recording projects. Many of these projects are so well recorded that the artist do not feel that budgeting for mastering is necessary. Having a experienced fresh ear is insurance and […]
Listening to Elvis Costello Bedlam On Vinyl! Sounds great. big beefy…the way i like it! Mastered By Doug Sax.
Another entry with links detailing the mastering process, this time featuring the Baxandall EQ. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peter_Baxandall#Baxandall_circuit http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=22N3FUeHbaY Ed Littman Mastering has the expertise and experience needed to achieve the finest results. Please contact me to schedule an appointment for a mastering session or if you have questions about making your music sound its best.
Another critical tool in the mastering process. From Wikiaudio: http://en.wikiaudio.org/Parametric_equalizer And this video from George Massenburg on a bit of parametric equalizer history:
A brief YouTube video of me reviewing some old tapes on the MCI JH110C Deck…
Looking at the mastering process, I’ll point out discussions of the most important tools in a mastering studio, barring the room, monitors, and the engineer’s ears/experience. General EQ: http://www.rane.com/note122.html http://www.ovnilab.com/articles/eqtypes.shtml
From the Audio Engineering Society Oral History-an interview with Mastering Engineer Bob Ludwig.