This was my first live mastering session. Can't say as I learned a ton about the technical challenges and principles by attending. What I did come away with is a strong impression on how musical and dynamic it is and what a strong imprint a mastering technician can have on a project.
What I did not know is that you get to crank it up, and that was really the first time I heard this stuff at those levels, very interesting.
Can't wait to hear the proofs, but I am already certain this project is better for it, and very confident the lacquers will be optimal and ready for plating shortly in NJ, then back to VT for stamping. Looking forward to the acetate, my first.
Cheers to Mr Gold for his focus and attention and strong work ethic during the near 7 hour session. Salt Mastering