November 2021

Once again, busy months are flying by so quickly it makes it hard to update this blog regularly. The best place to keep up with recent projects is via my social media feeds, which you can find here: The 100 song boxed set to celebrate the 40th anniversary of The Replacements debut album “Sorry […]

July 2021

I was recently a guest on this great podcast series:

May 2021

It’s funny to think that years ago I used to post EVERY mastering project on here every month or two. Things have gotten so busy over the years that I no longer have the time and bandwidth for that. The best place to keep up with current mastering projects is via the Instagram page. Here […]

September 2020

Earlier this year I did a live run-through of the mastering software I use which is called WaveLab Pro by Steinberg. While it’s not the nicely scripted tutorial series I’d like to do eventually, the video at least scratches the surface on some common point of confusion and questions that new WaveLab users have, and […]

August 2020

It was a true honor to remaster the 1987 classic “Pleased To Meet Me” by The Replacements. The forthcoming deluxe edition from Rhino Records features a fully remastered version of the album from the unmastered mixes, and tons of bonus tracks including some great previously unreleased and never before heard songs written by Tommy Stinson. […]

March 2020

It was a great honor to remaster this 1995 classic by Ol’ Dirty Bastard with A TON of bonus tracks. “Brooklyn Zoo (Stripped Version)” is one of those bonus tracks and is streaming everywhere now. The full release is out March 26th.

February 2020

Here’s a video I did with Steinberg Media to help promote the release of WaveLab Pro 10:

January 2020

I had the honor of appearing again on the Working Class Audio podcast. You can listen to it here:

November 2019

As usual, things have been far too busy to update this blog regularly. Some new studio photos by CJ Foeckler have been added to the website, featuring the new Crookwood insert switcher/mastering console as well as some other new additions. I am now starting to offer a few attended sessions per month to see how […]

April 2019

Long time, no blog. As the mastering workflow continues to get busier, I’m no longer able to post projects here on a regular basis. I suggest following the studio on Instagram and Twitter if you want to keep up on recent projects and happenings. There’s also the good ole Mystery Room Mastering Facebook page. It’s still […]