Posts tagged ‘Digital mastering’

Post

Check out the debut album “Mind on my Business” from Seattle artist Speaker Child!

Speaker Child, formerly of the group Continental Soldiers, has just released his debut album Mind on my Business that was entirely recorded, mixed & mastered by D-Sane @ Digital Age Sound. The album was mostly produced by West Coast funk extraordinaire, Roc Phizzle, and features appearances from numerous California Hip-Hop legends such as Spice 1, Celly Cel, Dru Down, Rappin’ 4-Tay, Andre Nickatina and Lil Nate Dogg. He also teamed up with Seattle Hip-Hop legends Twin-G & Fatal Lucciauno for the bangin’ title track “Mind on my Business”! Give his album a listen and if you’re diggin’ it, support him by purchasing it on iTunes or your favorite retailer! We also pressed up his CD’s for him!

Share
Video

New song/video from Seattle artist Joey Kash

My guy Joey Kash has released the visuals for his latest song “Taking Shots.” Check it out!

Mastered by D-Sane! #SeattleHipHop

Share
Video

New video from Seattle Hip-Hop trio The Physics

New visuals from my friends The Physics​ feat. Camila Recchio​. Mastered by yours truly. #SeattleHipHop

Share
Post

New remixes from Seattle’s The Flavr Blue!

I recently mastered some remixes for Seattle EDM group The FLavr Blue. Check ’em out!

Share
Post

Brand new single from Seattle Electronic group The Flavr Blue “U Crazy feat. Marc E Bassy”

Just had the pleasure of mastering this brand new joint for my fam, The Flavr Blue. The Flavr Blue consists of Hollis (from Macklemore’s “White Walls” song), Lace Cadence (from legendary Seattle rap group Clockwork) and Parker Joe (from SOTA). Enjoy!

Share
Post

RIP Nickolas Thee Ruin

I had never heard of this artist Nickolas Thee Ruin prior to one of his friends contacting me to have a song of his mastered, but it seems he was definitely beginning to build a fan base and had a bright future in music ahead of him. He apparently had no problem expressing himself and had the balls to drop the “F-bomb” at the end of a last day of high school speech in 2012, which he ended up receiving local news coverage over.

Nickolas passed away suddenly in his sleep in July of 2014, just one week after finishing the recording of his debut album “Distant Implosion.” Like true friends should, Nickolas’ comrades have assumed the task of making sure that his one and only body of work comes to fruition and is released. As a memorial to Nickolas, they released his first single “Wrecka” on what would have been his 21st birthday on Nov. 18th. Cheers to having true friends and the memory of Nickolas Thee Ruin. Rest in Paradise.

Produced by: Poema Funku, Co-Produced by Nima Skeemz.
Mixed by: Nima Skeemz
Mastered by: D-Sane

Screen-Shot-2014-11-18-at-10.24.50-PM

Share