online mastering??

Discussion in 'Mastering' started by shocker, Oct 3, 2004.

  1. shocker

    shocker Guest

    I've seen this site advertising called thinking about trying has anybody used it??? or how good they are??
  2. mixandmaster

    mixandmaster Active Member

    Don't know.
  3. Massive Mastering

    Massive Mastering Well-Known Member

    They certainly are well-stocked...
  4. Kurt Foster

    Kurt Foster Distinguished Member

    I smell a certain pork shoulder potted meat product ..... Would shocker please step forward to confirm they are not part of this company? If not I will be forced to delete this as SPAM ..
  5. Ammitsboel

    Ammitsboel Member

    I don't know them... have they done all that stuff? Bowie and Simply Red?

    I think that the site is a little pink, what do you think?
    But then again some might say that mine is too red? :lol:

    What attracts you on their site? the e-mastering thing? prices? or maybe the pictures?

    "They certainly are well-stocked..."
    Yeah John... but they use crappy cables and patcbays :lol:
    And crappy speakers too! :lol:

    But maybe they are good? who knows?
    You can try them out and give us your thougts :D
  6. Kurt Foster

    Kurt Foster Distinguished Member

    I wonder what kind of amps, cables and speakers were used at EMI's Abbey Road studio to master all the Beatles vinyl? Anyone know? I'll bet it wasn't a lot of that audiophile stuff everyone raves about ..
  7. Ammitsboel

    Ammitsboel Member

    If you knew your history you would know that in the 60'ties commercialism was just getting started and all the side effects we know of today had not really begun at the time.

    Early Beatles recordings sound the way they do because they actually used some of the best equipment at the time.

    My note about the speakers and cables was also a joke you know? I put laughing smileys after my comments... but now i see that they don't laugh anymore, maybe you should fix that kurt?
  8. Massive Mastering

    Massive Mastering Well-Known Member

    They're laughing on mine...

    My security prefs tend to goof that up once in a while...
  9. Michael Fossenkemper

    Michael Fossenkemper Distinguished past mastering moderator Well-Known Member

    Well at abbey road, they were using the best equipment money could buy and most of it was custom made. Does that qualify as Audiophile? I think so. How much would it cost to outfit a studio today with that gear?

    e-mastering does look like a nice room. Let us know if you give them a try.
  10. shocker

    shocker Guest


    i don't work for them, but i have uploaded a tune, i'll report back, hope the cables don't ruin it!!! :lol:
  11. Ammitsboel

    Ammitsboel Member

    Sounds like fun!!
    Let us know when you have tried them...
  12. radarhead

    radarhead Guest

    i think u'll find that they used the original EMI desk which has very musical eq on it (primarily designed to centre on freqencies common to orchestral instruments such as violins, violas etc). With regards to outboard i would guess they would have used pultecs and fairchilds or something equivalent...but tis only a guess!
    They also had a strict rule of only mastering up to 0db otherwise you were things have changed eh? Now people are mastering up to ridiculous levels like +14db. I think most mastering engineers nowadays dispare at the loudness they have to achieve for record companies...dynamics has gone out the window.
  13. Kurt Foster

    Kurt Foster Distinguished Member

    Thanks !!!

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