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Masterdisk is an audio mastering and multimedia company in New York City, located on West 45th Street in Manhattan. They provide production services such as audio mastering, vinyl cutting and enhanced CD and DVD production.

Their clients include such notable acts as Nirvana, Whitney Houston, U2, Jay-Z, The Smashing Pumpkins, DMX, Moby, Pantera, Red Hot Chili Peppers, and Outkast.

Masterdisk was founded in 1973 as a spin-off of the recording, editing and mastering arm of Mercury Records. One of the company's early mastering engineers was Gilbert Kong, who worked on early 1970s albums by such artists as Rod Stewart and Bachman-Turner Overdrive, and who also mastered singles including "Ain't Understanding Mellow" by Jerry Butler and Brenda Lee Eager, and "The Night Chicago Died" by Paper Lace.

Masterdisk is currently owned and operated by Scott Hull, who was the chief engineer under Bob Ludwig until 1999.

Current Mastering Engineers include Tony Dawsey, Roger Lian, Andy VanDette, Randy Merrill, Howie Weinberg, Matt Agoglia, Alex DeTurk, Jeff Reeves, Tim Boyce, Matt Shane, Graham Goldman, and Marcos Sueiro. Former Masterdisk Engineers include Bob Ludwig, Leon Zervos, Greg Calbi, Don Grosinger, Greg Fulginiti, and Dave McNair.

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