Mastering – Jon Tornblom

Transparent Mastering

Service: Mastering

Location: Hamilton, Ontario

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5/5

About Me

My name is Jon Tornblom. I run a dedicated mastering room in Hamilton, Ontario. I am a specialist, focused entirely on the mastering process using high end monitoring and analog processing. My approach is to hear what the intention was in the tracking, mixing, and production stages and then use the tools I have to complete that vision for the song. This is often partly corrective, partly enhancement. I take pride in my customer service, communication, punctuality, and professionalism, but all are done in a personable, friendly and approachable manner. I look forward to working with you!

Studio Gear

Monitoring:
Tyler Acoustics D2X Mastering Mains
Bryston 2BLP Power Amplifier
AKG K812 PRO Reference Headphones

Conversion:
Apogee Symphony mkII 2×6 Special Edition

Equalization:

Hand Built Sontec MEP 250-EX Clone with Mid/Side Matrix, per band bypass, and all switched controls.
Ted Fletcher Pro P9 Definitive Equalizer

Dynamics:

IGS Tubecore 3U Mastering Edition
Pendulum OCL-2 Electro-Optical Compressor/Limiter
Pendulum PL-2 JFET/MOSFET Brickwall Limiter
Specialty Processing:
Gyraf Audio XXI Magneto Dynamic Infundibulum

Software:

Studio One Professional
Izotope RX Standard
Reaper 5
DSP Quattro
Selected Favourite Plugins
Apogee Rack FX
Brainworx bx_digital v3
Brainworx DynEQ
WaveArts MultiDynamics 5
Voxengo Elephant
Elysia Alpha Compressor
Voxengo Soniformer
SPL Iron

Average Turn Around Time:

Turn-around time and revision count vary per service

Clients & Affiliations

I have worked with hundreds of clients since I started mastering in 2008. Clients include Walk Off The Earth, Jon Samson, Systems Officer, Instant Empire, Facebook, Tee Bee, PRYKA, and Maggie Eckford/Ruelle.

Terms of Service

Two revisions per song are included in the price. Revisions are not transferable between songs. Alternate versions such as Instrumental, Radio Edit, Vocals Only, Performance/Karaoke, MFiT, or Vinyl are counted as revisions. Additional work after the two revisions are used is billed hourly, but it is very rare that a job is transferred to hourly.