One of the nicest features of the adat recording system is it’s popularity. With so many people owning them it makes recording your project, in various studios, quite simple.
Utilizing different studios can make the recording process a lot of fun and can save you some money. It also allows you to take advantage of the various signal processing gear, larger studios have to offer. This can really add to the quality of your recording. For example, you may have a great set up for bass guitar but another studio may have a great vocal mic and compressor. Or maybe the drum room at XYZ studio makes the kick and snare sound like a cannon while the amp selection at CBA studio gives you that vintage sound, you love. It is for these reasons that top record producers take advantage of recording in multiple studios, all the time.
This is also true when it comes to mixing. A good producer is very selective about how their music is mixed. That’s because mixing can be, and often is, a critical step in the recording process. A great performance can be destroyed if the mix is not done properly.
If you’re happy with the way your mixes sound, that’s great! But if your mixes still don’t sound like that of your favorite artists, maybe we can help.
Bring us a digital duplicate of your master adat tape. We’ll put the final polish and punch that professional mixing and mastering can bring to your CD.