Young and skillful mastering engineer with an amazing selection of analog gear and superb calibrated monitoring, ready to rock your music up!
The last 10 singles I worked with, together, have more than 10 millions streams on YouTube and Spotify.
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- Candela Cibrian
- Julian Serrano
- Federico Vilas
- Mauro Frances
- Eugenio Azurmendi
- Billy Zabaleta Y Los Autonautas De La Cosmopista
- Santiago Nadal
- La cofradia
- Emir Sensini
- Perro Salchicha
- Ensamble Chancho a cuerda
- Cristian Urrizaga
- German Barcelo
- La maquina de hacer chacareras
- Hernan Castiello
- Butterfly Cumbia
- Lautaro Matute
- Juan Seren
- Omar Giammarco
- Javier Diaz Gonzalez
- Los bonvivant
- La malanga
- Lionel Ferro
- Pajaro Rojo
- Epica del espacio
- Jeronimo Giraud
- Martin Villulla
- Pilmaiken Mlikota
- Efecto Dominó
- Magalí Cibrian
- Eje tándem
- Andres Parodi
- Entre otros!
Interview with Sebastian Andreatta Mastering
Q: Tell us about your studio setup.
A: It's pretty straight forward: Pro Tools 10 to Lynx Hilo for monitoring and analog loop. In the analog/digital outboard chain: API 5500 -> Knif Soma -> Klontz 435 MEQ -> HCL VariS -> Maselec MLA-3 -> Pendulum PL-2 -> Lavry Gold AD 122-96 -> TC Electronic System 6000. Lipinski L-707's pushed with Acoustic Imagery monoblocks and dual Focal Sub6 for monitoring
Q: Analog or digital and why?
A: Both! Because both!
Q: What's your 'promise' to your clients?
A: I provide a guarantee. We'll work together until you're satisfied with the master I'll make. Until now, the guarantee hasn't been used!
Q: What do you like most about your job?
A: I love how can I get involved in a project that is so close to be released to the audience.
Q: Which artist would you like to work with and why?
A: Michael League from Snarky puppy, without hesitation! Because his music, his groove and how amazing his projects sounds.
Q: Can you share one music production tip?
A: Get rest and let the production rest as well. A 5 minute break can do more than hours of twisting knobs.
Q: What type of music do you usually work on?
A: I work with several genres of music, but I received a lot of reggaeton and Argentinian Folklore lately. I'm also starting to work with a lot of Indie rock music too, and absolutely happy with it!
Q: What's your strongest skill?
A: The knowledge I have over my monitoring system.
Q: What do you bring to a song?
A: What I think the song needs. I work for the music, not for me. I don't try to put my seal but the very opposite. I want every song I master, reaches it's greatest potential.
Q: What's your typical work process?
A: I master an album in two days (from 10am to 7pm usually) and I take the first morning to listen the whole album and organize the work I'll make during the two sessions. Coffee is absolutely necessary! (I offer a big selection of Nespresso capsules :)
Q: What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?
A: I decided to become mastering engineer after meeting Carlos Laurenz, who was my teacher while I was getting my music production degree. Guys like Bob Ludwig, Bob Katz, Scott Hull, Streaky and Big Bass Gardner inspires me every day. I'm very thankful to know they exist and show us the way!
Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
A: The day to day work, is moving from albums to singles. 60% of work I do during this days, are tracks that will be available in streaming services 48 or 72 hours after the mastering is done.