The MASTERING Blog is designed for artists, producers, and other engineers in the recording industry (especially those interested in audio post-production).
Our team is devoted to providing inside information on mastering – the process and the business. You’ll find straight talk and useful posts to practically help musicians and technicians reach their goals for their recording projects.
We believe you should know more about audio mastering – what to look for and what to avoid in the studio. And we think you should be the first to know good recording, mixing, and post-production practices, and where to find the best deals on the stuff you need.
On behalf of the guys here at SoundOps and everyone who listens to the radio, good luck out there! And we’ll keep you posted!
- THE MASTERING TEAM
Will Duke, co-founder of SoundOps and editor for The MASTERING Blog:
“I learned a lot about music the hard way – we all did as musicians – but it’s a different game out there now. Recording is easier than it used to be with more bands doing it themselves…and many artists are also getting involved in their own mixing. I encourage every serious musician to consider audio mastering for their recording projects, because today, they can have their songs distributed worldwide in less than a week. With all the exposure that’s available for you as an artist, it just makes sense to give your music the best chance to be heard, and of course be purchased.”
John Taylor, co-founder of SoundOps and head engineer @ SoundOps.com:
“Will and I have known each other for over 15 years, and we’ve worked together on both sides of the sound board as bandmates and as studio professionals. I’ve dedicated a lot of time, energy, and money to improving my own recordings and those of artists all over the world. I’m a musician, and I’m a fan of music and production. So, for the guys and girls out we all count on to create the next generation of music, and for the sake of their fans, I intend to continue mastering, and improving the mastering studio experience for a long time.”
T0 contact SoundOps Mastering, call: (888) 290-9663