Nick Moon (Tone Proper) and Mike Mecklenburg (Duplication Factory)
Client approval workflows vary from studio to studio, but Nick Moon from Tone Proper Mastering is trying make the process easier and more efficient with a new DDP player called Tonic. Nick hopes that a simplified interface and approach will increase usage of DDPi, and improve client communication during the approval process. Nick shares his thoughts about how Tonic could be another nail in the coffin of CDs, as well as his ideas about increasing efficiency and improving client relations across the board.
We also hear from Mike Mecklenburg, general manager of The Duplication Factory in Minnesota, about how CDs are created from DDPi.
Music: The Jam Standards