San Francisco, CA (May 26, 2011)--Mastering engineer Michael Romanowski was recently elected vice president of the San Francisco chapter of NARAS.
Romanowski is currently serving as the chairman of the San Francisco National Association of Recording Arts and Sciences (NARAS) chapter's Producers & Engineers wing.
Romanowski is the owner and chief mastering engineer at Michael Romanowski Mastering in San Francisco. After moving to the San Francisco area, he worked at Rocket Lab with mastering engineers Paul Stubblebine and Ken Lee, and later in mastering rooms at Sausalito's Plant Studios and San Francisco's Hyde Street Studios.
Romanowski teaches at San Francisco State University, and is an active panelist at conferences such as AES, CES, TapeOp, VSAC and NAMM. He is a co-owner, with Paul Stubblebine and Dan Schmalle, of a music label, The Tape Project, which only releases direct copies of original analog masters on 1/4-inch and 1/2-inch analog tape.
Romanowski 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.
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