Takoma Park, MD (August 4, 2010)--Nashville mastering engineer, Randy LeRoy, has joined Airshow Mastering’s new Takoma Park, MD multi-room studio facility.
LeRoy brings over 20 years of experience to the Airshow engineering team. After departing Masterfonics in the early 1990s, he started Final Stage Mastering.
“Airshow’s new Takoma Park studios provide me an exceptional listening environment and a large palette of mastering tools; I’m now able to master in surround for my music clients’ video projects.” LeRoy noted. “The majority of clients don’t attend mastering sessions like they did in the past. It’s now routine to work with clients delivering their mixes electronically from halfway across the globe.”
Charlie Pilzer, Airshow owner and chief engineer in the Maryland studios, adds, “All Airshow engineers have extensive experience, and in this way, Randy is a good fit for our team. We feel very fortunate to have attracted a senior Nashville hand to our new rooms.”
LeRoy joins Pilzer, recording engineer Frank Marchand, and studio manager Toni Goldberg at Airshow Takoma Park. Sam Berkow of SIA Acoustics designed the studios, which opened in early 2010.
LeRoy shapes his sound with mastering gear from Manley, GML, Weiss, Maselec, SADiE, Soundlblade, Duntech, Bryston, Pacific Microsonics, Sonnox, UAD, and Metric Halo.
His most recent credits include Jamey Johnson’s upcoming double CD, The Guitar Song, on Universal Music Nashville; Karan Casey and John Doyle’s Exiles Return on Compass Records; and Darryl Worley’s upcoming release, God & Country, on Stroudavarious Records.