Doug Van Sloun - Studio B

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Doug Van Sloun - Studio B

Post by theenvycorps » Fri Mar 24, 2006 1:15 pm

Couldn't really find a particular forum for this -- so this seems well enough. Just wanted to put in a good word for this fellow...he does all of the Saddle Creek stuff as well as alot of midwest bands. He just did my band's latest EP and it sounds fantastic. He is definitely about bucking current mastering trends and keeping the dynamics as authentic as possible. Easy-going guy, gave us exactly what we wanted and took time to explain as he went.

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Post by Barry Jive » Sat Mar 25, 2006 11:31 am

I'll second this. He did a great job on my LP. Not too pricey either. For 10 songs, about 35 minutes of music I recall it being 450-500 dollars. Not a steal, but not too bad either.

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