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Studio Spotlight: Blue Pro Mastering, London

Daniel Gumble
Studio Spotlight: Blue Pro Mastering, London

Audio Pro International, in association with AllStudios, presents the latest instalment of our Studio Spotlight, whereby we focus on some of the world’s top studio facilities. This week, we take a look at Blue Pro Mastering, London…

Blue Pro is an independent mastering house in North London. Heralded by many artists and labels worldwide, it is fast becoming a mainstay of the industry. Resident engineer John Webber told AllStudios: "Blue Pro deliver no-compromise mastering solutions that fit the budgets of independent artists and labels, as well as the majors. Mastering is key to how your music comes across on the radio, online, on an iPod and across all the usual physical formats. It can be the difference between a hit and a miss. Although we can't guarantee you a hit we will ensure your recordings reach their sonic potential."? ?

The Blue Pro facility prides itself on its inventory of high-end of audio tools and its optimised acoustic listening environment, which is built around an MTC-2 Mastering Console by Maselec, which was designed by producer Leif Mases (Led Zeppelin, Abba). The line up of gear at Blue Pro also extends to further hardware options from Maselec, as well as TC Electronic (System 6000), Prism Sound, Manley, EMI Chandler and Tube-Tech.

Recent artists and projects to be given the Blue Pro treatment include platinum-selling classical Sony album reissues for Zbigniew Preisner, The Milk, Nerina Pallot, Redzz & Sway, BJ Cole, Polar Bear, The The, Frankmusik and Grammy-winning acappella group The Swingle Singers.

For the full feature on Blue Pro Mastering, please click here.

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Tags: Studio, led zeppelin, prism sound, blue pro mastering, abba, Studio Spotlight, allstudios, the the, mtc-2, maselec

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