I’ve been recording for a long time and have been blessed to have worked out of some really great studios (ie; The Hit Factory, The Cutting Room, Unique, etc). Therefore, it takes a bit of skill to impress me on the boards. Honestly, I’ve never been necessarily excited about mastering. Yeah I know, it’s the final polish and it’s needed, but with my experience, most mastering engineers seem to just do an adequate job. I realized, my LP, Daes & Times would be a little tough from the get go. The tracks were at varying volume levels, mixed by different engineers and recorded at a multitude of studios. Well, long story short James from Headroom impressed me. The LP sounds great and cohesive – homey is a pro. If he can do that kind of work with my LP, then bet your ass he can do it with yours. Treat yourself, don’t cheat yourself. Mess with Headroom for all your mastering needs kiddies. You’ll be glad you did.
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