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Mastering SpecialsVinyl Premaster Add-on
Putting out a vinyl 7"? Or maybe a 12" or LP? Don't just send the plant a master intended for Compact Disc and Digital Distro! Add on this vinyl option to get the most out of your vinyl pressing.
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Category Archives: Articles
By jimmyether | Published: February 8, 2012
On the side of sanity and audio purity... Neil Young. On the side of cluelessly misinformed moron tech pundits... Mossberg and Kafka. Though Neil's 100% is based on ultra-high sampling rates that are, frankly, silly marketing BS.
By jimmyether | Published: November 8, 2011
While audio production requires a lot of technical understanding of gear, signal flow and boundless tracking and mixing techniques, I believe it's even more important to understand the more abstract nature of recording. In this article I explain my conceptual way of looking at sound recording and offer a few questions which can help you to identify what really makes a great record.
By jimmyether | Published: October 12, 2010
I miss those tracking sessions where a really great band all plays in the same room together live to multi-track. So, I'm offering up a deal for Atlanta area artists to record and overdub all they can in 16 hours. Then I'll follow up with mixing and mastering in the following couple of weeks. An EP or album ready for release in a couple of weeks... sound good?
By jimmyether | Published: July 14, 2010
Do you really need audio mastering for your compact disc or digitally distributed release? Yes, I think so. And not just because I'm a mastering engineer. Here, I attempt to explain why it's an important finishing step, as well as, what lead me to learn the craft of audio mastering.
By jimmyether | Published: July 5, 2010
Finally got around to getting this long-hiatal website back in the swing of things. Hoping to share my recording experience and thoughts, and I hope you'll join me!