Class of 2011 Submissions

Class of 2011 Submissions

Class of 2011 Submissions


Yes Master (Nashville)
Date Opened: March 2011
Designer/Acoustician: Carl Tatz Design
Monitors: PhantomFocus System, Lipinski 707 mid-fields, Bryston 4B SST Squared amp
At-a-Glance: Jim DeMain’s Yes Master Studios came back online 10 months after the devastating 2010 Nashville flood wiped out this mastering complex. Renovation included gutting the walls and floating floor, treating all surfaces for mold and rebuilding essentially from scratch up to the acoustic ceiling, which was all that remained in tact. Acoustic details include a CTD primary axial mode, wide-band attenuator, rear wall and a custom parabolic modular monitor wall. Currently an upgraded B room used by in-house mastering engineer Alex McCullough is in the process of coming online.




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