Good friend of the Production Workshop, Daryl Braithwaite has released his long awaited DVD "Live".
The project was mixed and mastered through the Production Workshop, using our mobile recording facility, and features many of his hit songs: Rise, One Summer, Let Me Be, Higher Than Hope, As The Days Go By, Don't Hold Back Your Love, and The Horses.
The DVD is available (just in time for Christmas) through the Band T-shirts website.
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I use David for all my mastering jobs. His professional approach and attitude, plus a huge wealth of knowledge, make him so easy to work with. His years of experience guarantee he'll get the best results for any style of music.
Melbourne's community television station C31 will be airing a four part mini series featuring interviews with five of Melbourne's highly regarded mastering engineers: David Briggs, John Ruberto, Joesph Carra, Martin Pullan and Tony Mantz. The aim of these discussions is to inform and educate those interested in audio about this little known and understood process.
Discussions in Audio Mastering will air weekly from Wednesday June 13th at 4.30pm. Visit the C31 website here.
Thanks to David Briggs at The Production Workshop my CD, "Doors and Bridges" was mastered not only to the technical requirements for airplay but also in empathy with the music and my needs as a performer. His experience and advise was invaluable. Thanks a bucket load David.
Wayne Jury. June 2012
Episode 1 of the 4 part series "Discussions In Audio Mastering", which aired on on Melbourne's C31 on 13th June 2012 - Featuring an interview with The Production Workshop's mastering engineer David Briggs.
The October print issue of Rhythms Magazine (Australia's roots music monthly) features a full page interview with David Briggs. The magazine can be acquired through their website http://www.rhythms.com.au
Just wanted to say thanks for doing such a great job on the EP. We've just got them back from being pressed and am really pleased with it. You knew what the songs required and delivered quickly and with ease. Your knowledge and experience is invaluable to any project. You are definitely my favourite masterer I've used, and look forward to working with you on as much stuff as possible!
Jaya Jaya Music