Detroit, MI (September 18, 2018)—Grammy Award-winning mastering engineer Ron McMaster will be honored at this year’s Making Vinyl conference, taking place October 1-2, 2018 at the Westin Book Cadillac Hotel in Detroit, MI. The B2B conference explores the global rebirth of record manufacturing industry, discussing all facets of the Vinyl supply chain, including retailers, labels, pressing plants, consumable suppliers, packagers and music brokers.
For more than three decades, McMaster has been one of the mastering industry’s most respected and sought-after engineers. A former drummer and vocalist for 60’s garage rock group Public Nuisance, Ron spent 38 years working in the hallowed halls of Capitol Studios Mastering.
During his tenure, he worked on a diverse portfolio of projects for artists, including The Rolling Stones, LeAnn Rimes, Frank Sinatra, R.E.M, Robert Plant & Alison Krauss, Jackson Browne, Tom Waits, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Miles Davis, Pat Benatar, Elvis Costello and many other seminal recordings.
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Raised in Northern California, McMaster graduated from Sacramento State College with a degree in Business. He has been a voting member of the Los Angeles Chapter of The Recording Academy for more than 20 years, has won a Grammy award and has received four additional Grammy nominations.
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