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“Mystery of Mastering” Featured at Winter NAMM TEC Tracks

Featured at this year’s Winter NAMM TEC Tracks is the “Mystery of Mastering” panel at the Anaheim Hilton adjacent to the Convention Center. 

“Mystery of Mastering”

Friday, January 25, 1:00 – 2:00 PM
Hilton, Level 2, California Ballroom A

Join exceptional mastering engineers and learn why a dedicated mastering engineer in a professional mastering studio can make a world of a difference in the creation of commercially successful music. A mastering engineer brings fresh ears to project completion in an accurate listening environment, and essential is the specialized gear designed for processing full mixes for distribution in various formats from CD and vinyl to streaming services. 

Featured at the conclusion of this panel is a short playback of Suzanne Ciani’s “LIVE Quadrophonic,” the first Quadrophonic vinyl album release in 30 years. Produced by KamranV and mastered by Scott Sedillo, the album package includes a custom quadrophonic hardware decoder manufactured by Involve Audio for four-channel playback. 

Moderator: Jonathan Wyner, Berklee College of Music, M Works Mastering

Engineer Panelists:

 Warren Sokol, United Recording

 Piper Payne, Neato Mastering, Second Line Vinyl

 Scott Sedillo, Bernie Grundman Mastering

 Peter Doell, Aftermaster Audio Labs

TEC Tracks offers 70-plus free sessions for sound, studio and stage professionals. These big-picture sessions feature industry thought leaders presenting innovative ideas in recording, live sound, event technology and music business.