New York, NY (April 5, 2005)–Mastering Engineer Billy Stull will host a day of demonstration sessions of the Masterpiece Advanced Analog 2-channel processing system this Friday, April 8, at Threshold Music Studios from 9am-8pm. Stull has set up a “come and go” schedule, with official demos planned for 9am, 12 noon, 2:00, 4:00, and 6:00 pm.
Threshold Music is located at 440 West 41st Street, Plaza 6 in Midtown Manhattan. For more information on the studio, visit the website at www.thresholdmusic.com or ring the studio at 212-244-1871.
The Masterpiece is a 2 Buss Analog Mastering and audio processing system designed by Rupert Neve and conceived by Stull to be “the most comprehensive and unique analog processor available on the market today for mastering, mixing, broadcast, restoration, or live sound.”
Introduced at the AES Convention in San Francisco last October, the Masterpiece empowers the audio engineer to enhance, restructure, or repair stereo audio–digital or analog. With the Masterpiece, ambience can be increased or decreased, vocals brought forward or back, bass tightened and maximized, digital harshness made smooth and warm, offending frequencies tamed, sonic spectrum improved, gain maximized, or an overall sonic enhancement achieved.
With 1/4 and single db resolution on the most critical controls and the ability to insert circuitry across either specific bands or the entire signal path, the Masterpiece is capable of either the most subtle correction or radical re-shaping the material. The unit has the ability to take a lifeless digital recording and create depth, warm, improved tonality and space.
Find more information on the Masterpiece by Legendary Audio at the company’s web site, www.legendaryaudio.com.