Congratulations to Dangermuffin and the band’s guitarist Mike Sivilli. On November 14th at the 2015 City Paper Music Awards, their album Songs For The Universe and guitarist Mike Sivilli took home awards for “Album Of The Year” and “Guitarist Of The Year”.
Truphonic Recording’s own Elliot Elsey, who engineered the album along with former Truphonic engineer MJ Fick, accepted the award on Dangermuffin’s behalf as the band is currently on tour. The album was tracked/recorded at Truphonic Recording, mixed by Mike Sivilli, and mastered by Vlado Meller and Jeremy Lubsey. This great album not only highlights the talent of this amazing band; it also emphasizes caliber of the vibrant music scene that exists here in Charleston, South Carolina.
The Vlado Mastering Workshops are featured in a new post on SonicScoop titled “Audio Education Focus: Are High End Workshops Worth It?” The article highlights the workshop and workshop alumni Kent Hooper, Clayton Doran, and Maceo Fuentes. Click on the link posted below to check out the article.
Audio Education Focus: Are High End Workshops Worth It?
Congratulations to Brenna Whitaker releasing her debut album on Verve.
Mixed by Jochem van der Saag
Mastered by Vlado Meller
Assisted by Jeremy Lubsey
AES 2015 took place this past weekend in New York City. Vlado Meller and his team were able to reunite in the Big Apple for a few days. He not only partnered with PMC to speak in their demo room, but he was able to talk to students of Professor Isabel Diaz-Cassou from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts about his career as a mastering engineer.