Azurelah Studios

Mixing & Mastering Specialist

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Working out of one of the longest running and most sought after studio's in Dallas, Texas; Austin Seltzer is taking the projects he works on to the highest level. With state of the art outboard gear and well trained ears he is able to ensure you a pristine, commercial sounding track like he has for dozens of clients.

From a state of the art tracking, mixing, and mastering facility in Dallas, Texas, Azurelah Studios offers services to industry professionals and individual artists. Azurelah Studios is an Apple-approved “Mastered for iTunes” facility dedicated to giving you the best production experience possible.

Austin Seltzer at Azurelah Studios uses state-of-the-art equipment, utilizing unique concepts of signal flow through tried and true practices as well as modern concepts. Being that he is 24 years old he has a firm grasp on the current popular styles of music but he has also done extensive audio engineer schooling where he learned the the rules and how to break them!

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  1. Review by Carmen Borgia
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    I had a great time working on Innocent Goodbye. The tracks were well-prepared and it was a pleasure to mix. Austin was my main contact and was easy and direct to work with on what was a fairly complex project. Notes with Austin and Teresa were productive and efficient. As an added bonus, it turned out every bit as fine in the end as I'd hoped it would when I first saw the rough cut. A great experience all around!

Interview with Azurelah Studios

  1. Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.

  2. A: I mostly do mixing and mastering for my clients, but I also do a bunch of private lessons on Audio Engineering topics.

Gear Highlights
  • Thermionic Culture: Culture Vulture Super 15
  • Manley Massive Passive
  • Manley Vari-Mu
  • The Dangerous Monitor
  • The Dangerous 2-Bus
  • The Dangerous MQ
  • Crane song HEDD
  • Dynaudio Acoustics BM15A Active Studio Monitor
  • Genelec 1031A
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