I make my living mastering records. I call it my 'day job' but it's neither a job and frequently happens not during the day... Feel free to explore some of my previous work on my website, and if you have any questions or are ready to collaborate, send a booking request, and let's get started.
Along with mastering, I offer a range of additional services as a freelance acoustical consultant, recording engineer, technology consultant, web developer, and musician. With my expertise spanning a variety of audio-related and audio-adjacent fields, I just lump these into 'other services'. Don't hesitate to reach out if you're interested in exploring any of these avenues further.
Teaching is a recent addition to my already diverse skill set. As an Acoustics instructor in the MBPT department at Austin Community College, I offer an introductory course that provides a comprehensive understanding of acoustics using algebra-only math and hands-on learning opportunities. If you're interested in expanding your knowledge in this exciting field, consider enrolling in my class and discover the fascinating world of acoustics.
Recent Blog Posts
Who doesn't love free plugins? In the ever-evolving landscape of music production, having access to a diverse range of audio plugins is essential for any aspiring musician or producer. Fortunately, you don't need to break the bank to enhance your sound. In this blog post, we'll explore a curated list of free audio plugins that can elevate your music production without costing a dime.
Originally published in the October 2023 issue of Rock and Blues International Magazine (pg. 46-47) as part of the Conversations With The Professionals series.
Conversations With The Professionals
by John in Houston
Today, you can now find Nick Landis Mastering on the official Dolby Atmos Music Studios list right on the Dolby website.
What is Dolby Atmos?
There are lots of things to consider when planning to release your music on vinyl. Among these things to consider is where the split between the A-side and B-side is. In order to figure that out, you'll need to know some basic information about your album like the length of the songs and how many of them there are. In addition to that, you will need to consider other things like what size record you'll be pressing and how much audio can fit on that size record.