Summer 2014 Deals
28 June 2014
Summer Deals at Fader Master are back! Book your studio sessions from July 1, 2014 until September 1, 2014 for only $285.00+Tax. This price includes an assistant and there are no restrictions on the session times, or any studio equipment. Call or contact us to book your sessions while the deal lasts.
About Us

The studio began as an idea in late 2006.

Three initial partners = more equipment and experience. We decided it would be best to merge and put our know-how and resources together, so that we could have one of the best studios in Vancouver.

"FaderMaster Studios" officially opened its doors on July 1, 2007. The studio became fully operational in September of 2007 at the 3424 Commercial Street location in Vancouver, Canada.

We are a flexible studio with a wide variety of digital and analogue equipment. We have everything from custom-made magic boxes, vintage rarities and classic pieces of hardware, to the latest digital doo-dads.

We're constantly adding things to the studio to make it a place where anyone can go and get the sound they need. We want to be able to do anything so you can too.

In December of 2011, FaderMaster Studios became Fader Master Sound Studios Inc.

In January 2012, Fader Master Sound Studios Inc., merged with Garth Richardson (The Farm Studios) & Ben Kaplan (Fly Fantastic Productions), under the name "Fader Mountain Sound Inc.". in the same location that was previously known as the infamous "Little Mountain Sound."

Fader Master Sound Studios Inc. now resides inside all that is Fader Mountain Sound Inc. at:

201 West 7th Avenue - Unit B

Vancouver, BC V5Y 1L9


If you'd like to know more about us, send any one of us an e-mail or call (604) 628-2055













 

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DYNAMIC RANGE

The difference in SOUND PRESSURE LEVEL between the saturation or overload level and the BACKGROUND NOISE level of an acoustic or electroacoustic system, measured in DECIBELs. This RANGE may be expressed as a SIGNAL-TO-NOISE RATIO for maximum output.

PHASE

The stage that a particle in vibration has reached in its CYCLE. Particles are in phase when they are at the same stage in the cycle at the same time, and out of phase when they are at opposite stages. Phase is measured by the angle of rotation, in degrees or radians.

PAN

A term used in broadcasting and recording to indicate a spatial movement of a SIGNAL. A sound is panned when it is moved smoothly from one location (e.g. LOUDSPEAKER or CHANNEL) to another. This is accomplished by using various ATTENUATORs or POTENTIOMETERs, sometimes combined into a single unit called a pan-pot or panoramic divider in order to control the AMPLITUDE of the signal in each channel.

SOUND

Any VIBRATION in the air or other medium, some types of which are able to cause a sensation of hearing.

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