Studio C is the Musicol mastering room. Mastering is the process by which your audio gets cut into grooves on a lacquer disc that will
ultimately become the metal master stamper that your record will be made from. Studio C is also used to make dub-plates and one off records.
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Studio C is home to the musicol disc cutting system. The cutting system includes a modified 1944 Scully lathe with a helium cooled Westrex
cutting head and all tube cutting amplifier. The cutting is done directly from playback unit to amplifier to cutting head. This means none of
the digital delay typically found in the mastering line is present to degrade the sound of your music. The playback units in studio C are Ampex 440b
transports working in tandem with Ampex 351 (mono, tube), Ampex 354 (stereo, tube), or Schafer (h-fi solid state) playback electronics.
Several tube and solid state limiters and equalizers are available for use in C.