Infrasonic Sound

Pallanck, Laura
March 2009
Mix;Mar2009, Vol. 33 Issue 3, p20
The article features the Infrasonic Sound Recording Co. which was established in 2004 by Jeff Ehrenberg and Pete Lyman in East Los Angeles, California. It is said that the recording studio caters a number of analog and digital formats as well as Otari MTR 90 with 16 and 24-track. It mentions that it has also a Mytek 8-channel 192kHz converters, mastering compressors, and black and white (B&W) monitors. It adds that Infrasonic has vinyl mastering and direct-to-disk recording.


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