Chicago Mastering Service--Digital Meets Analog

Wells, Rich
December 2008
Mix;Dec2008, Vol. 32 Issue 13, p24
The article underscores the business operation of Chicago Mastering Service. It states that this sound studio, co-owned by Bob Weston and Jason Ward, started in 2007 to provide analog and digital mastering for CD, as well as lacquer cutting for vinyl. It also forwards that the studio's analog mastering transfer console was custom-built by Shea Ako. Moreover, the studio boasts the only Neumann VMS-70 cutting lathe and a Zuma variable pitch and depth computer.


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