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Gianni Vallino

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For producers/rec and mix engineers etc...mastering survey
« on: June 09, 2014, 04:37:26 pm »

Dear Friends and Colleagues,

I would propose you a sort of “game” related to mastering.

At the following link you can find a totally free and anonymous survey in order to understand your point of view about this important production stage; it will take no more than 5 minutes and you’ll be free to answer to all questions (just 12) or just the ones you want, and you’ll not be forced in any way to give your personal details, email address or other...just a way to understand how producers and engineers think about mastering:


Thanks in advance to all who will take part in this experiment! As soon as we will gather enough answers we will publish the results.

Gianni Vallino
Gianni Vallino
Karibu Studio


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Re: For producers/rec and mix engineers etc...mastering survey
« Reply #1 on: June 23, 2014, 11:09:02 am »

Best of luck with your new venture... the "marketing survey" is interesting... but it will vary greatly between someone who is on the wrong side of 50 [like me] vs. some other brother that is 30 with 10 years of experience.  Neither is "right"... we just came of age at different times during the "modern age" of recording.  Chances are the 30 yr. old has only worked in the digital domain while a guy like me spent 20+ years in the analog world before [grudgingly] making the switch from analog to digital.

CN Fletcher

mwagener wrote on Sat, 11 September 2004 14:33
We are selling emotions, there are no emotions in a grid

"Recording engineers are an arrogant bunch
If you've spent most of your life with a few thousand dollars worth of musicians in the studio, making a decision every second and a half... and you and  they are going to have to live with it for the rest of your lives, you'll get pretty arrogant too.  It takes a certain amount of balls to do that... something around three"
Malcolm Chisholm
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