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|For mixing and mastering and or re-mastering we are you digital
solution. We use high quality programs in both Windows and Mac
work stations. We also use high quality pro audio devices for
re-mastering of old analog sources such as vinyl or tape.
Cogs by Freaks Amor is a recently remixed and mastered CD which was
originally a three song single 45 RPM 7 inch vinyl record.
We have also re-mastered a set of vintage jazz albums
for re-release on compact digital discs. The original tracks were
recorded over 30 years ago at various studios in Europe. The first
of these is Friendship Next of Kin which has just been released
on the DMG ARC Label. A common thread in these recordings
is that they feature noted South African jazz drummer, Selwyn Lissack.
After recording Friendship Next of Kin in Paris France,
Lissack met up in London England with jazz trumpet great, Ric Colbeck,
to record The Sun Is Coming Up. The
Sun album has been critically acclaimed as one of the top 5 all
time improvised jazz albums. Another re-mixed and mastered CD is
from Dave Williams.
Using modern digital equipment we are able to restore
the old recordings back to near original quality and then sweeten them
with digital processors and filters to improve the overall sound and mask
the sterile sound that often comes with digitizing sound originally recorded
in analog form.
Producer and Audio Engineer John Koroulakis explains,
"When you record sound with the old analog tape technology you are recording
both frequencies which you can and cannot hear. In the range of
frequencies which you cannot hear are sounds known as overtones.
To help limit file sizes the original designers of
the Audio Compact Disk technology decided to only record sounds in the
range of the human ear. Unfortunately this leaves out overtones
which cannot be hear directly. Overtones seem to have the weird
effect on the other notes, if not the whole acoustic response of the room
the listener is in. With out the overtone the music sounds sterile.
What we have to do is to create a means in which your stereo speakers
cause the reproduction of the overtones.
Christian Schools, Churches, Ministries, and Musicians, get an automatic
10% discount on all services! (Praise the Lord.)
This does not include retail sales of CD's, Tapes
or DVD's. Sorry.