Leftright Audio Studio is under the command of Audio Engineer Dan D’Ascenzo, who is dealing with creative Mastering and Mixing, as well as sound design, music and beat making.
Reigning the Walloon region in Belgium, in Liège, LeftRight Audio Studio is under the command of Audio Engineer Dan D’Ascenzo, who is dealing with creative Mastering and Mixing, as well as sound design, music and beat making.
It is a warm location in a green area surrounded by nature, hosting lots of workshops, group & private sessions, as well as attended individual projects.
Strategically located between Germany, Holland and Belgium, Leftright Studio positions itself among the high-end mastering studios worldwide and presents itself with carefully selected gear from the best brands like Dangerous Music, SPL, Antelope and others (for more details feel free to check the detailed list presented under equipment).
Dan has been in the field for more than 15 years, both practicing and as a lecturer in SAE Institute. He is well known for his warm, human approach of the projects he works on and in the relationship with his clients. His creative style applies to all genres of music and artists as long as there is emotion in the productions which he then brings to another level.
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Interview with Dan D'Ascenzo Mastering | LRA
Q: What type of music do you usually work on?
A: We like to bring our touch to any kind of music. As we both produce electronic music, we master a lot of electronic music though.
Q: What's your strongest skill?
A: Communication is the key! To us, Mastering as a lot to do with a great communication, how you listen to the work and how do you explain what you listen to your customers.
Q: What do you bring to a song?
A: We believe that our experience and the analog rig + tape adds warmth, punch and clarity to your work. We like also dynamic which is also our sound signature. We definitely delivers creative mastering.
Q: What's your typical work process?
A: Our price includes mixing reviews and advices to deliver the best mixdown possible for optimal results. Means that once the job is ordered, we listen to your work and help you to improve your mixdown.
Q: Tell us about your studio setup.
A: Monitoring: Amphion Two18 + BaseOne 25 system Dangerous Music Monitor ST AD/DA: Antelope Eclipse + 10M Atomic Clock Signal Processing: Dangerous Music 2BUS + Dangerous Music Liaison Dangerous Music Master Analog Outboard: Equalizers: SPL PQ Mastering EQ RED Edition Sontec 250A modified Manley Massive Passive Dynamic control: SPL IRON Mastering Compressor Red Edition Foote P3S ME Compressor HCL Varis Valve Compressor SSL 4000G Bus Compressor custom build 1176 stereo custom build Other magical stuff: Electric Lane Black Coffee Pre Amp Aphex Aural Exiter 250 C III Signature: STUDER A80 TAPE MACHINE Interconnect: Vovox Sonorus Direct S – Purum certified Studio Digital Tools & Plugins: Universal Audio’s UAD QUAD + Apollo 16: Full option Plugin Alliance Flux Sonnox AudioFIle Engineering Spectre Playback: Presonus Studio One V3 Protools 10 & 12 Logic X Ableton Tascam CD Sony DAT Stanton ST.150 Turntable Studer A80 Tape Machine DAW / Workstation: Studio One Pro V3 Wavelab 9 Sonic Studio Soundblade HD
Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
A: The most common work is analog mastering (stereo and stems). But also full mixing services, which also include mastering.