Monthly Archives: September 2012

Ask the Engineer: Scott Hull on Mixing: Master Buss EQ and Peak Limiting, Part 1

Ask the Engineer is a series on the Masterdisk blog where our engineers answer questions about music production. SCOTT HULL is a 28-year veteran mastering engineer and the owner of Masterdisk studios in NYC. Scott started his career in 1983 and has mastered hit records and classic albums in every genre, as well as many […]

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John McLaughlin’s New Album Cut at Masterdisk

Guitar legend John McLaughlin’s new album on Abstract Logix, Be Hear Now, is set for release on October 16. It’s going to be released on vinyl as well as CD — and we cut the lacquers here at Masterdisk. Here’s Mr. McLaughlin with a reference acetate.

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Ask the Engineer: Andy VanDette on How to Choose a Mix Engineer

Ask the Engineer is a new series here on the Masterdisk blog where our guys answer questions about music production. Send us your questions at ask@masterdisk.com. We won’t be able to answer all of them but we’ll post answers to as many as we can. If you have a specific engineer you want to pose […]

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Benjy King

It is with great sadness that we announce the death of our friend, Benjy King, on Thursday afternoon, September 20, from complications from an accident on Wednesday night. Benjy was an extremely talented musician, producer, arranger and recording engineer who will be missed by all of us, and by the many musicians, listeners and friends […]

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Ask the Engineer: Andy VanDette on Mixing Like a Pro (Part 2)

Read Part 1 here. Ask the Engineer is a new series here on the Masterdisk blog where our guys answer questions about music production. Send us your questions at ask@masterdisk.com. We won’t be able to answer all of them but we’ll post answers to as many as we can. If you have a specific engineer […]

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