EP 183: Joe Lambert – The Process of Mastering

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Grammy-nominated mastering engineer, Joe Lambert, is originally from Western New York and attended Full Sail University in Orlando, Florida. He worked his way up at several NYC studios and eventually opened Joe Lambert Mastering in 2008. Currently in Westchester, Joe has a state-of-the-art room that clients love. He has worked with Moby, City and Colour, The National, Animal Collective, Sofi Tukker, Ryuichi Sakamoto, Dirty Projectors, and many, many more great artists.

To learn more about Joe Lambert, visit: https://joelambertmastering.com/


  • To niche down or not?
  • Not putting your career in the hands of others
  • Fitting your job to your personality
  • His mastering process
  • Why mastering should be simple
  • Automating changes during the mastering process
  • What level should you master to?
  • The -14LUFS myth
  • Setting your output levels
  • What sample rates should you use to record?
  • The key to monitoring your tracks accurately

To learn more about Joe Lambert, visit: https://joelambertmastering.com/

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