XARC Mastering, world's first Internet-centric mastering studio, is celebrating its first anniversary.
Lorenz Vauck, XARC's founder, jokes: "We aren't planning any extravagant parties -- besides, we're simply far too busy for that -- but we're certainly celebrating our successes!"
It looks like Lorenz has plenty of reasons to celebrate –- Autumn has proved to be yet another impressive season for XARC, which continues to experience explosive growth in its worldwide client base.
XARC has recently reached 450 client mark, and continues to build on its already spectacular track record. Many additional before/after demos, representing a broad sampling of XARC's more recent work, have been added to their website at http://www.xarcmastering.com/demos/
For Lorenz, XARC's first year of business has been both a humbling and gratifying experience: "I can truly say that I'm almost euphoric; it's really been a life-changing experience -- and one I never expected when I left off-line mastering business to start XARC Mastering. I continue to do work I love, while having unprecedented opportunity of working with literally hundreds of wonderful musicians. I am truly humbled by patronage and support I continue to receive."
Very exciting new projects as of late have included producing masters for both 'Corneille,' a famous Rwandan-Canadian R&B/Pop/World artist (http://www.corneilleonline.com/), and for 'Émily,' from Star Academy Canada.
Her new single and album have been named "Légende Urbaine."
Lorenz also reports on other XARC projects from all over international music scene: "As well as Canadian projects, people should 'listen up' for mastering we did for Noztra, a USA-based Reggaeton artist who is now producing first 50,000 copies of his new album 'Ya Ain't Ready' and work we did for #1 Estonian boy-group 'Soul Militia,' on their album 'Silence Before Storm.'
XARC is pleased to report that all of these artists are quickly flying up charts!
Also of note is that attention has again been focused on XARC Mastering itself; Lorenz was very pleased to conduct a recent interview with Digital Music Maker SE #8, a UK-based magazine. He was featured along with several other mastering engineers.