You never know when it’ll hit you — when the key to that bridge or an idea for an overdub — will suddenly just be there. And you have to get it down, right now.
We get it. That’s why there’s unlimited mastering, our flat-rate 24/7 service for artists, engineers, producers — anybody trying to keep track of all that audio coming out their ears.
We have people waiting to help, whenever you’re ready to work.
It makes sense to us, because some of the world’s greatest and most innovative musicians, artists, writers and scientists do some of their best work when nobody else is around. Or when everyone else has already gone to dinner — or off to bed.
They all have their processes.
Writers Alice Munro and Toni Morrison, for instance, used to work early in the morning, long before sunup, according to dailyroutines.com. Not because they were inspired by the stars, but because they had … well, kids.
Erik Satie, the 1800s avant-garde French composer known for his repetitive music, used to do a lot of his thinking during his daily six-mile walks. (Maybe all that walking was what made his work so repetitive.)
Then there’s the late Truman Capote: “I can’t think unless I’m lying down, either in bed or stretched on a couch and with a cigarette and coffee handy,” he says in an entry on the website. “I’ve got to be puffing and sipping. As the afternoon wears on, I shift from coffee to mint tea to sherry to martinis.”
OK, we might be able to find a spare cot around here somewhere … but you’ll have to arrange for your own martinis.
Within reason, though, whatever you need to do — and whenever you need to do it — we’re here. Contact us when you’re ready to work.