Digital Mastering will give you that impulse necessary to place you in a prominent place in the music market.
When the work of production is finished, with so many hours of mixing in your studio, it is difficult to realize what else you can do for your songs.
Now is the time for them to be recognized in a different acoustic environment and by ears capable of projecting them in an objective way, determining the potential of each creation and what is expressed in them, maximizing it and giving life to that sensation whenever it is activated again the play.
Digital Mastering works in a purely digital environment, without transferring the audio signal from one medium to another, not approving the use of techniques that use converters over and over again.
We will not use the D/A conversion to pass your mix in digital format to the input of any analog equipment. Nor is the A/D conversion to edit any analog output back to computer support.
The distortion occurs when the sound is deformed during its transmission, and that is precisely what an A/D or D/A converter does with the audio signal, no matter how expensive. That is why we must avoid its use and stick to use it, as far as possible, in the obligatory stages of recording the instrument and reproduction through the listening monitors.
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Interview with César Algueró
Q: What's your strongest skill?
A: I apply all the personality to the track, extracting hidden details, surprising even the musician himself.
Q: Which artist would you like to work with and why?
A: With Mike Oldfield, even Simon Phillips. I know his music very well. I have followed her for many years. Recreate many sensations, I immerse myself in its details. I wish I could plant a grain of sand as a mastering engineer.
Q: Tell us about your studio setup.
A: Digital Mastering uses professional quality analog hardware modeling technology, which allows you to get all the nuances of classic processors but without leaving the digital environment and therefore without additional distortions.