mastering a piano CD

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ozmorphasis

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Can anyone recommend a great mastering engineer/house for a CD of solo piano music (classical) ?

Ideally on the west coast.

Thanks in advance!
 

Cucco

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Well....BG is on the left coast.

Zilla - perhaps you could get this gentleman your contact info.

Bernie's not cheap though...and as I understand it, he's pretty well booked up for a bit. I could be wrong though.
 

Zilla

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Studio Number: 310.465.6264 (website to come soon).

Pat Sullivan does much classical and soundtrack work. I am also involved in a lot classical work, including the LA Philharmonic and LA Opera. Of course, Bernie or any of our engineers here would please you, I am sure. Everyone is the same rate here.
 

Cucco

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Zilla said:
Studio Number: 310.465.6264 (website to come soon).

Pat Sullivan does much classical and soundtrack work. I am also involved in a lot classical work, including the LA Philharmonic and LA Opera. Of course, Bernie or any of our engineers here would please you, I am sure. Everyone is the same rate here.

If you don't mind me asking, what is the rate?
 

Zilla

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Cucco said:
If you don't mind me asking, what is the rate?

I don't know what the company's policy is on publishing rates. However, they are not secret, just give a call and ask. I can tell you that while we are not the cheapest place in town, neither are we the most expensive. From the beginning Bernie has always allowed for some degree of access for independents.
 
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