Recording

Heading North Goes to '6'

Mastering engineer Ron Skinner’s Heading North Mastering (Toronto) now boasts the SADiE 6 software platform. “The most important change is the ability to switch from SADiE hardware to native hard 9/01/2011 5:00 AM Eastern

Mastering engineer Ron Skinner’s Heading North Mastering (Toronto) now boasts the SADiE 6 software platform. “The most important change is the ability to switch from SADiE hardware to native hardware and back again,” says Skinner. “This is especially helpful when clients bring in their own I/O. SADiE 6 also gives me the ability to record on any CD burner; not being tied to my Plextor has been great and gives me more options. Clients are astounded at how quickly and accurately I can make an edit. They are used to making a change, then listening and tweaking again and again to get it just right. When I perform a tricky edit in split seconds, they have a hard time believing that it was done properly so quickly. One of my clients calls me ‘speedy’ whenever I do an edit. He thinks that I am really fast, but what he doesn’t realize is that I have a great tool that allows for this speed and accuracy.”

January

2015 NAMM Show

Anaheim Convention Center, 800 West Katella Avenue , Anaheim, CA, U.S.

February

Grammy Awards

The Staples Center, Los Angeles, CA, U.S.

March