Professional Sound Magazine
25 October 2012
The kind folks over at Professional Sound Magazine decided to do a featured article on our new studio venture, Fader Mountain Sound. You can download the article as a PDF here. There's been lots of action in our new place, so check out the article to find out more about what it's all become this year!
Fader Mountain Sound Inc.
Saturday, 25 February 2012 00:00


It was only a matter of time, and we've finally made the huge leap forward that we needed since FaderMaster Studios began more than 4 years ago. It's been a wild ride at 3424 Commercial Street, but it's off to West 7th Avenue we go. This weekend we are officially emptying Fader Master and moving all the technological glory to our new location.

Fader Master Sound Studios Inc., along with Garth Richardson and Ben Kaplan, will all be forming what will be known as Fader Mountain Sound Inc. Paul Boechler, has officially partnered with Shawn Cole, Kevin Kowal and Daniel Byrne as a FaderMaster, so the 6 of us will be taking what used to be Little Mountain Sound and turning it back into one of Vancouver's most prestigious sound studios under the name Fader Mountain Sound Inc.

It's quite a reputation to live up to, but we all believe that this is beginning of something great, not only for us, but for all of our existing and future clients. We expect to be operational at the new location if possible by March 2012.

Same phone, same e-mails and the same great people you've come to know over the past 4 years, but with more space, more machines and even more great people!

We hope you are as excited as we are. Obviously this will be a very busy time for us, but we hope to be back in full swing as a working studio as soon as possible.

We hope to have a great open house in early June 2012, so please stay tuned.



 

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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.

MONOPHONIC

(Greek: monos = one; phone = sound) A form of reproduction which records, transmits and reproduces the original sound along a single CHANNEL, regardless of the number of loudspeakers used. All components of the sound are combined or MIXed into one SIGNAL, including AMBIENCE and REVERBERATION, and therefore only the sense of depth may be simulated or reproduced.

TONE

A single sound of definite, recognizable PITCH. It also refers to the SONORITY or the quality of TIMBRE of a particular sound or sounding instrument. In British musical usage the word is also employed to refer to the INTERVAL of a major SECOND.

MUSIQUE CONCRÈTE

(French: concrete music) A development introduced in Paris in 1948 by Pierre Schaeffer at the studio of the French Radio (O.R.T.F.). Its aim was to replace traditional musical material with recorded (i.e. concrete) sounds which were then manipulated by FILTERing, tape reversal, TAPE LOOPs, speed changes, tape SPLICEs, or other electronic means. The source of all sounds, however, was environmental. The experimental side of this study developed the concept of l'objet sonore.

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