San Francisco, CA (November 1, 2011)—Michael Romanowski’s San Francisco mastering studio now includes a Requisite Audio L2M Mk III M/S Version dual-channel mastering limiter.
The L2M Mk III is an optical limiter based on classic designs of the early 1960s featuring point-to-point hand-wiring, as they were, but includes many technical updates aimed at offering the mastering engineer specialized capabilities such as make-up gain settings to +17 dB in 1 dB stepped increments, control of vacuum tube harmonics, frequency-based limiter response and more.
“The Requisite Audio L2M Mk III is a great addition to my mastering equipment line-up,” states Romanowski, who has a audio mastering business in the heart of San Francisco, serving the diverse local music community as well as national and international clients. “It certainly offers me a totally new palette of sound control for making clients’ masters. Having a wider choice of outboard gear with impeccable specs and unique control like the L2M lets me get even deeper into the sound.”
Romanowski recently became President of the San Francisco chapter of the National Association of Recording Arts and Sciences (NARAS) and is currently serving as the chairman of the SF NARAS chapter’s Producers & Engineers Wing. He has worked with seminal San Francisco artists including Norton Buffalo, Third Eye Blind, Big Brother and the Holding Company, George Winston, Pat Monahan, Jacqui Naylor, Spencer Day, Suzanne Ciani, Joe Craven and many other national and international artists and producers.
Michael Romanowski Mastering