Recording

New Mastering Studios for Fuller, Airshow

Latin Grammy-nominated Michael Fuller, who's now in his 24th year operating Fullersound Mastering, and whose career included years as senior mastering 12/01/2009 7:00 AM Eastern

Veteran engineer Michael Fuller's Fullersound went online September 1.

Latin Grammy-nominated Michael Fuller, who's now in his 24th year operating Fullersound Mastering, and whose career included years as senior mastering engineer at Criteria Studios (now Hit Factory Criteria, Miami), has worked on releases for Rod Stewart, Andrés Cepeda, Daddy Yankee and more. In September, Fuller opened a new studio in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. (www.fullersound.com), designed by John Arthur of Arthur-Lambert. Fullersound is equipped with a Dangerous Music mastering console, Cube-Tec AC-5, Sonic Solutions and Pro Tools HD Version 7.4, plus Dynaudio M3 mains, Prism Sound converters and a variety of analog and digital processing.

The opening of Charlie Pilzer's new Airshow Mastering studio was announced in October at AES.

The opening of Charlie Pilzer's new Airshow Mastering studio was announced in October at AES.

Charlie Pilzer cut the ribbon on his new Airshow Mastering studio (Takoma Park, Md.; www.airshow mastering.com) in November. As we wrote last December, the studio is also the new home of recording/mixing engineer Frank Marchand. Designed by Sam Berkow of SIA Acoustics, Pilzer's studio includes a Sonic Studio SoundBlade workstation, Maselec MTC-2 mastering console and Duntech 2001 monitors. Marchand uses a Digidesign ICON console and Pro Tools HD3 Accel.