Post by Hermetech Mastering on Jun 11, 2017 2:07:34 GMT -6
My name's Gregg, I'm a mastering engineer from the UK, now resident in Paris, France. I thought I'd share a recent project I worked on.
I mastered this fantastic Jazz covers album from Pittsburgh collective, The Soy Sos Extended Ensemble. It's a multi-media performance piece including music and contemporary dance, based on the life and music of musician and civil rights activist, Abbey Lincoln:
It's "multi-track" Jazz as opposed to fully live recordings, with a few sampled elements, but still very traditional in overall vibe.
I'd love to hear what people think. I'm not trying to sell anything (you can stream it for free!), and am not looking for a critique of my mastering work (although feel free if you like!), but I just think it's exquisitely well performed and recorded, one of the best things I've had the privilege to work on. And before anyone asks, it's at exactly the level the producer/recording/mix engineer wanted and signed off on.