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Feature | Topic: Mastering, Tape, Vinyl, CD, DAT | Home & Studio Recording, Aug 1984
Where to go and what to do if you require multiple cassette copies of your recorded masterpieces.
Feature | Topic: Mastering | One Two Testing, Aug 1984
Porky, king of the cutting room
Feature | Topic: Mastering, Music Business, Tape, Vinyl, CD, DAT | Sound On Sound, Nov 1993
All You Need To Know About Making Your Own Records
Some musicians and bands decide to take their future success into their own hands, by putting money into producing their own records. Tony Batchelor and Sue Silutoe take the mystery out of making your own CD, vinyl or cassette release, from initial Session Tape to final product.
Making Records - Part 2
Feature Series | Topic: Mastering, Tape, Vinyl, CD, DAT | Home & Studio Recording, Feb 1985
Part 2 deals with that crucial part of the record making process - the metalwork stage.
Making Records - Part 1
Feature Series | Topic: Mastering, Tape, Vinyl, CD, DAT | Home & Studio Recording, Jan 1985
An intriguing insight into just what is required of the home recordist when setting out to cut your first disc.
Feature | Topic: Mastering | International Musician, Jul 1975
The Master Room
Cutting masters is a fine art. George Peckham discusses the problems
Feature | Topic: Mastering | Sound On Sound, Nov 1993
An essential part of a release you can be proud of is a good master tape — and today's sophisticated equipment means that you may be able to do at home what was once the province of mastering studios. Craig Anderton explains.
Feature | Topic: Mastering | Recording Musician, Feb 1993
Mike Skeet reveals everything you need to know to get your final master tape ready for mass duplication.
Feature | Topic: Mastering, Tape, Vinyl, CD, DAT | Sound On Sound, Dec 1991
So you wanna record an album? Anyone with a DAT recorder can make what they think is a usable master tape, but it takes a little know-how to do it properly. Mastering engineers Mike Brown and Martin Giles of CTS Studios explain what goes into preparing master tapes for tape, record and CD duplication.
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Interview | Topic: Mastering, Restoration / Archival | Sound On Sound, Nov 1993
20 years of Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon
Original engineer on the 'Dark Side Of The Moon' sessions, Alan Parsons, explains the 20th anniversary remastering of this classic album.