Specialist Audio Mastering Services
JAZZ - CLASSICAL - ROCK - FOLK
Philosophers Barn Mastering is an analogue audio mastering facility, housed in a natural environment which specialises in working with naturally dynamic music. It has been run for the past decade by experienced producer and classical music engineer Eric James.
Philosophers Barn Mastering offers a combination of professional audio skills developed over many years with absolutely state of the art analogue and digital outboard audio equipment.
Our mastering services will bring the very best out of any mix. It will enhance textural clarity; add warmth; and create a tonal balance and a sense of space which can open up the finest musical detail.
Mastering jazz, classical, world, blues and indie rock projects from Alaska to Australia:
Berlin, Estonia, Israel, Italy, Japan, London, Madrid, Malta Melbourne, Moscow, New York,
Seattle, Sicily, Singapore, Spain, Slovenia, Texas, Ukraine and Vienna
Electronica: Luke Abbott, Rollo Armstrong, Richard Formby, Fujiya-Miyagi, James Holden, Holy Family
Female vocal: Britt Arend & Clare Ghigo, Sarah Brightman, Miriam Cauchi, Dido, Flaming June, Rebecca Maze, Gitta de Ridder
Classical: Alfred Brendel, Leslie Howard, Malta Philharmonic, Deirdre Moynihan, Noord Nederlands Orkestra, Joan Sutherland
Jazz/world: Bill Anschell, Mark Cherrie Qt, Scott Flanigan Trio, Andreas Hellkvist, Mick Hutton, Katia Pesti, John Taylor Trio
Folk/acoustic: David Youngs, Paul Goodwin, Roving Crows, Dan Sumner, True Adventures
Alt/Indie: Boy Cried Wolf, I Like Trains, Left With Pictures, Spring Offensive, SuperGlu, Travis Waltons
Film/t.v.: The Artful Corporation, Al Boorman, Buffalo Temple, Adrian Corker, Garry Judd
A more complete client list is available on our `Goings on at Philosophers Barn' website
Rollo Armstrong (Ark), Bugs (Half-ton, Cambridge), Gaz Coombes (Oxford), Ofer Eshed (Janis, Israel) Richard Formby (Bryn Derwen), Dan Hawkins (Leeders Farm), Donncha Moynihan (Rise Studio, Cork), David Pye (Norwich), Reed Ruddy (Studio X, Seattle), Tom Tedesco (New York), Simon Wallace (London), Angus Woodhead (Glasshouse, Queensland)