Masterdisk, founded in 1973 and owned and operated by mastering engineer Scott Hull since 2008, is “one of the most enduring mastering facilities in the world” (Mix magazine). Our NYC studio has mastered many classic records, and continues to master for major labels, indie labels and independent artists. We specialize in mastering for CD, vinyl (read about our Neumann VMS-82 lathe), surround, and mastered-for-iTunes mastering. www.masterdisk.com
ABOUT THE MASTERDISK RECORD
The Masterdisk Record is Masterdisk’s in-house blog, posting about Masterdisk’s past, present, and future. The blog is managed by Masterdisk’s Director of Marketing, James Beaudreau. Our contributors:
Scott Hull — Scott is the owner of Masterdisk and a world-renowned mastering engineer. He started his career as an intern at Masterdisk in the early 80s, became Bob Ludwig’s assistant and eventually worked his way up to Chief Engineer. In 1998 Scott left Masterdisk and joined Classic Sound. After a brief tenure at Jigsaw Sound he opened Scott Hull Mastering in 2005. Then, in June 2008, Scott purchased Masterdisk.
Scott’s mastering expertise runs the gamut of modern recorded music. Equally accomplished in pop/rock, avant-garde, soundtracks, world, jazz, soul and many other areas of music, Scott is one of the most sought after mastering engineers in the business. (More about Scott Hull here.)
James Beaudreau — James joined Masterdisk in March 2010 as the Director of Marketing. He runs Masterdisk’s blog, social media accounts, advertising and PR. Contact James at email@example.com. He also blogs at jamesbeaudreau.com.
Molly White — Molly joined Masterdisk in 2009 as a project coordinator. She is now the Spanish-Language Client Relations Manager and writes content in English and Spanish related to world music artists and the music industry. Contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Alex Butler — Alex worked as Scott Hull’s assistant engineer from September 2011 until July 2012. A bassist from the Crane School of Music, with an MBA from the Rochester Institute of Technology, Alex began working as an audio engineer in 2006.