This is a big week for the guys at Bandize.com. Their music technology company finished private BETA testing and released the new Bandize web app. Check out the tutorials and get a feel for this incredible program at the new Bandize website. It’s do-it-yourself band management, which we’ve seen before, but the coolest part is the way [...]Read more »
If you are considering audio mastering for your next recording project, you may be wondering how much it should cost. First of all, we recommend mailing or uploading your tracks to a mastering house that doesn’t have a huge studio…
LOCAL STUDIOS vs ONLINE STUDIOS
Going to your nearest mastering studio and waiting while they master your recording [...]Read more »
Hey gang; Will here. Just got off the line with Bob Harvey who runs musicmastering.org. If you haven’t seen his website, check it out. It’s a young site, but it’s shaping up to be a real resource for artists and producers who want to learn more about the practical (applicable) world of audio mastering.
Whether you [...]Read more »
Bands usually ask us where to send their final masters for manufacturing. So this post is about that. At SoundOps, we care about how your project turns out, and part of that is making sure you know where to get your CDs made after mastering.
I was talking to Mona at Disc Outlet over [...]Read more »
He said there’d be a video, and here it is…
Will’s driving and talking about Audiolife. You can tell he thinks it’s a great idea. And we do too. Check out the video, and take a look at audiolife.com for selling your music “and your stuff,” before you have to pay for it.
If your band is [...]Read more »
GET TO KNOW YOUR MASTERING STUDIO…
When you make an “album” (don’t know why we keep calling it that), there are usually several different engineers and studios involved. When your tracks are mastered, it takes less time than recording and mixing, and less money…but it’s an important part of great production. The mastering studio will concentrate [...]