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Established by Pete Lyman and Jeff Ehrenberg, Infrasonic Sound is an audio and vinyl mastering studio located in the Echo Park neighborhood of Los Angeles, CA. Upon opening its doors in 2004, Infrasonic quickly carved its niche in the indie music scene and, for the past decade, has grown alongside its client roster. Engineer Pete Lyman has mastered projects for No Age, Jason Isbell, Red Fang, Best Coast, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Wavves and Sebadoh to name a select few.
In the years following, Infrasonic welcomed GRAMMY Award winning engineer John Greenham and mastering engineer Phillip Rodriguez to the custom-built facility at 1176 W. Sunset. Housing two mastering studios and a dedicated vinyl cutting room equipped with Infrasonic's two vintage lathes, the engineers at Infrasonic Sound continue to work with a diverse client roster - from Ice Cube and Omar Sosa to Rival Sons and The Dandy Warhols - on projects of all sizes.
Jordan Galland’s encyclopedic memory for classic films has proven useful in the past few years, as a musician, writer and director. His latest feature film, Ava's Possessions, will shoot this summer in NYC and stars Louisa Krause alongside an ensemble cast. Galland's Alter Egos, a comedic alternate reality in which superheroes are real but have lost all public support and government funding, is now available on Demand and DVD after a successful theatrical run, and his latest film score for the independent feature Supporting Characters is out now.
After two years of throwing his musical efforts into soundtracks, scores and music videos, Jordan Galland is back with his latest EP, Wind-Up Rabbit.
The six track EP builds on the cinematic sound of Galland’s three previous albums – think John Hughes meets John Waters. Galland’s lyrics attack an urban identity of crisis of sorts, while musically Wind Up Rabbit is equal parts spooky and sweet. Produced by Charlie Klarsfeld.
M1 Distribution is an international distributor of high-end, boutique recording equipment, bringing top-quality recording electronics to the international marketplace. Founded in 2008, M1 Distribution represented a select group of brands to only 5 dealers in its first year. Through a carefully curated network, that list expanded to more than 40 dealers just five years later. With an eye toward expansion and international exposure for brands with “something special”, M1 Distribution becomes an extension of the manufacturers it serves by providing one-on-one, passionate support.
M1 Distribution’s family of brands currently includes: Barefoot Sound, Black Box Analog, Buzz Audio, Inward Connections, Shadow Hills Industries, Mesanovic Microphones, Overstayer Recording Equipment, Q2 Audio, Standard Audio and Weiss. For more information, click here.
The Record Company
The Record Company (TRC) is a Boston-based nonprofit and after-school program that connects youth with professional audio mentors for hands-on recording experience. Think of it like Big Brothers, Big Sisters for the music business.
TRC advocates for community youth and independent musicians with a unique hybrid business model, combining a commercial recording studio and an audio technology program for teens. The Record Company offers teenage students the most immersive and relevant recording studio experience in the New England region by providing access to professional recording sessions and mentors within the industry.
Women’s Audio Mission is a San Francisco based, nonprofit organization dedicated to the advancement of women in music production and the recording arts. In a field where women are chronically under-represented (less than 5%), WAM seeks to “change the face of sound” by providing hands-on training, career counseling and job placement to women and girls in media technology for music, radio, film, television and the internet.
Offering all-female recording sessions, in-person training and workshops from their studio in San Francisco, WAM believes that women’s mastery of music technology and inclusion in the production process will expand the vision and voice of media and popular culture.
Since 1993, DoradoPkg has worked with independent artists, major labels and distributors on record jacket projects of all shapes and sizes. Dorado's in-house team of graphic designers, newly expanded letterpress department and growing print shop create album covers and other print materials as dynamic as the music they hold. With its well-defined spine, sturdy seams, superior print quality and custom modifications like special die-cuts, spot finishing, foil stamping and embossing, each album exceeds your expectations.