Tag Archives: Andy VanDette

RUSH – The Studio Albums 1989-2007 – Mastered by Andy VanDette

This week marks the release of Rush “The Studio Albums 1989-2007″ box set, which includes every studio album from that period (duh) — REMASTERED — with the added bonus of the (in)famous 2002 “Vapor Trails” album remixed! The remastering was engineered by Andy VanDette, and the remix of Vapor Trails was by David Bottrill. It’s […]

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Masterdisk Presents Choice Cuts with Andy VanDette

Choice Cuts is a new blog series where we ask the question all music obsessives love to answer: “What is your essential music?” We kick off the series with our music-obsessed and ever affable Chief Engineer: Andy VanDette. King’s X – Gretchen goes to Nebraska There is a soft spot in my heart for great […]

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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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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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Ask the Engineer: Andy VanDette on Mixing Like a Pro (Part 1)

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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