Pultec Discussion & Demo a hit @ Airshow

Last month Airshow teamed with Pulse Techniques’s Steve Jackson to explore the legendary Pultec passive equalizer. Steve is a PhD electrical engineer who spent nearly a decade in his basement R&D lab developing the EQP-1A3, a faithful reproduction of the Pultec EQ. A great crowd of Colorado engineers and producers assembled to hear Jackson recap […]

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Steady As She Goes

One of the musical highlights of my year (so far) was mastering the new Hot Tuna record Steady As She Goes – out now on CD, and coming soon on audiophile vinyl (2 LPs). This is Hot Tuna’s first studio recording in over 20 years, and their debut on Red House Records. Red House is […]

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Pete Seeger wins GRAMMY, mastered by David Glasser

The Pete Seeger recording, Tomorrow’s Children, earned a GRAMMY as Best Music Recording for Children earlier this month. The Appleseed Recordings project was the most recent one I’ve mastered for Pete and Appleseed. This one featured Pete and the Rivertown Kids. We hear he’s working on another recording project – at 91 years young. Here’s […]

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David Glasser starts mastering massive Grateful Dead Europe ’72 Box Set

This week the first discs of material from the Grateful Dead’s upcoming release Europe ’72: The Complete Recordings arrived at Airshow for mastering. David Glasser will be working on this huge release over the coming months as Jeffrey Norman finishes the mixes from each show. Airshow is excited to be taking part in this historic release. […]

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Dave Glasser’s thoughts on Capt. Beefheart’s passing

Don Van Vleit passed away last week. I can’t honestly say that Captain Beefheart’s music was on my short list of go-to music, but I’ve dug his music for many years. In 1999 I mastered a five CD box set of Captain Beefheart treasures – Grow Fins – for Revenant Records, a label known for its […]

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