Matt Colton is one of them. After art school and a stint in radio, he found himself in a mastering apprenticeship in London and soon realized he'd found his calling. Though he (like most mastering engineers) works across genres, he's become a byword for wonderful sound and fantastic vinyl cuts in dance and electronic music-worlds this long-time fan of the genres is happy to inhabit. Jordan Rothlein sat down with Colton at Alchemy Mastering, the West London studio he co-owns, for a chat that sheds light on his field. Tracklist, General Ludd - Brothers And Sisters Millie & Andrea.
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Anchor is the second studio album from eleventh season American Idol contestant, Colton Dixon. The album was released on August 19, 2014, by Sparrow Records and debuted at No. 23 on the Billboard 200. For this album, Colton Dixon wrote songs with TobyMac and Matthew West, in addition to his regular collaborators David Garcia, Ben Glover, Adam Watts, Andy Dodd and Gannin Arnold.
Matt Colton (born 30 March 1975) is an English mastering engineer and member of the mastering group of the Music Producers Guild. He has mastered recordings for artists such as Muse, Coldplay, James Blake, George Michael, Hot Chip, Gary Numan, Peter Gabriel, and Flume. In 2012 Colton rejoined Alchemy Mastering as a director and engineer, mastering James Blake's Mercury Prize-winning second album Overgrown, Hot Chip's Why Make Sense?, and Leftfield's Alternative Light Source. Colton is one of the few mastering engineers in the world to offer half speed vinyl mastering, a technique which, although time consuming, can offer much improved vinyl sound quality
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