I enjoy getting great sounds, nailing separate headphone mixes and tracking multiple players... live. Once rehearsed, this
becomes an inexpensive way to make a record. Not like this is a new idea, but one that might have become passé or just
left to the big studios and budgets. I have enough separation to record a band and punch-in parts, if need be.
*** At the end of your session, you'll have good sounding live-mixes.
Final projects are delivered as DDP Files and Red Book Masters.
I use Digital and Analog gear to make your mixes, louder, wider and more detailed. Most of all, I make them more consistent from system to system. To do this; I'd like to receive your original "Multi-Mono or Stereo Mix Files" at your original sample rate, please do not convert your files for me. I have a few ways to do this, depending on the needs of the project. Mastering from analog tape or just hitting it in the process can be pretty great. Let me know if that interest you, so we can discuss tape cost and setup time. New tape is available at ATR Services.
It’s my belief that the best sample-rate converter is a great D/A and A/D converter. Using two systems, there are no file-based conversions in my process. The 2nd recorder, captures a 44.1/16 Bit Stereo File for your cd Master.
If you are selling your cd on the web, it’s a good idea to encode ISRC Codes on your Master CD.
”Encoded ISRC provide the means to automatically identify recordings for royalty payments.”
ISRC Codes... You can get them here.
I have a 32 Channel Portable Rig for remotes with Bands or Orchestras.
There are rental rigs in town to cover track-counts beyond 32 Channels.