By David Glasser, Airshow Founder and Chief Engineer Any fan of the Grateful Dead would be thrilled – and a little nervous – if asked to remaster some of the best-known studio recordings of the past 45 years. Workingman’s Dead was my first real (and lasting) introduction to the band, and I wanted to be sure […]
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Many recordings are released these days in several formats – CD, downloads in multiple resolutions and file formats, LP’s, and streaming. While the CD master at 16-bit/44.1 kHz resolution remains the most useful master format, one master does not fit all! With the growth of DIY digital sales platforms and Apple’s Mastered for iTunes (MFiT) […]24-bit masters, Airshow, Analog Audio, Ann Blonston, audio, audio quality, Digital distribution, HD audio, iTunes, mastered for iTunes, Mastering, vinyl
Airshow clients’ interest in Apple’s “Mastered for iTunes” quality initiative is growing daily. Did you know that the same 24 bit master we create for your iTunes submission can be used to create additional high-res formats for sale to your fans? A 24 bit master file delivers high-quality audio to listeners and can be distributed in multiple ways including: […]24-bit, Apple, Bandcamp, FLAC, HDTracks, Hi-Res, iTunes, mastered for iTunes, vinyl
I’ve had the pleasure of working with Bay-area engineer/producer/steel guitarist Bruce Kaphan on numerous projects, including The Waybacks “From the Pasture to the Future” way back in 2006, three amazing projects from the Crooked Jades, and Bruce’s own releases “Hybrid” and “The Bruce Kaphan Quartet”. He is the consummate professional: no detail is too small to escape […]Bruce Kaphan, high resolution audio, mastered for iTunes