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We offer Archival & Restoration of Historic Audio Formats like Disk, Tape & Digital


About Masterdisk

We continue to master music for some of the world’s biggest artists and labels. We also master music for independent artists from all over the world. We specialize in mastering for CD, vinyl, surround, download, and M4iT (mastered for iTunes).

Our credits include Kanye West, Frank Ocean, The Weeknd, Sting, John Mayer, Wilco, Mastodon, David Bowie, Muse, Celine Dion, Jay-Z, Donald Fagen, Rush, Wilco, AC/DC, Metallica, The Rolling Stones, Nine Inch Nails, The Beastie Boys, Public Enemy, and many more.

If you’re looking for the world’s best mastering, you’ve come to the right place.

One of the most enduring mastering facilities in the world.
— Mix Magazine
Scott has a great ear and a deep knowledge of many types of music. He’s one of the best in the business!!!”

—Eric Krasno (Soulive)

Whether it’s rock, electronic music, folk, pop, or jazz, every record that I deliver to Scott comes back sounding better than I imagined!” 

—John Davis (The Bunker Studio)

Scott Hull for me is the master of all mastering engineers. Scott will continue to work on a project until it’s absolutely perfect; his dedication to excellence is relentless. I’ve worked with all the best guys in the business, but I think Scott’s the best. When I go into the trenches on a music project, I want Scott Hull with me.”

—Rob Mathes (Sting)


Live @ Masterdisk


Picture this: an intimate studio audience witnessing a world-class artist record direct to vinyl. That’s Live @ Masterdisk.

We’re getting back to the fundamentals of recording, capturing a moment in time like only vinyl can. Once in a while we open up our studio and invite a select group to be part of the process. Interested?


Scott Hull

Scott Hull loves music. And he loves a challenge. A 28-year veteran mastering engineer and the owner of Masterdisk Studios in Peekskill, NY, Scott started his career in 1983 and has mastered hit records and classic albums in every genre, as well as many Grammy-winning titles. Scott is consistently listed in the top 10 of the Top 100 Professionals list at He is widely regarded as an expert in vinyl mastering.

“Scott Hull is the only person I know who can improve on perfection.” - John Zorn

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Masterdisk Services

For over 30 years Masterdisk has helped world-class artists create some of history’s most influential recordings. Together we push sonic boundaries, and touch the hearts and souls of millions of listeners.


Vinyl mastering and cutting

Vinyl is back in a big way, but here at Masterdisk it never left. We’ve been cutting vinyl since we opened in 1973. And our expert cutting engineers are unparalleled in their technical knowledge and hands-on experience. From the classics to the most cutting-edge new music, Masterdisk has the tools, artistry, and experience to bring your vinyl mastering to the level of the all-time classics.


audio restoration

Do you have media you can no longer play? Maybe cassettes of your gigs and band rehearsals from years ago? Or your grandfather’s 78s? DAT tapes from old recording sessions? The first step towards preserving your audio is to convert it to digital. We have state-of-the-art equipment and the expertise to bring your audio — whatever the current format — up to date.


Even to the untrained ear, mastering leaves an unmistakable mark. Mastering is the final stage of post-production. You can turn your final mix into a master for CD, vinyl, iTunes, etc.  Mastering is much more than making things louder. It’s a golden opportunity to polish and clarify your recording, and make sure it’s going to sound exactly right to everyone that hears it.


Mastered for itunes

Apple’s AAC encoder can work with 24 bit 96 kHz high resolution masters. And it can produce a much better sounding AAC file using those high resolution masters than it can using a 16 bit 44.1 kHz (CD resolution) master. The Apple encoder converts this high-resolution, optimized master, and produces an AAC file that’s a clear improvement over a standard, non-specific iTunes file.