Sound File Processing
Convert audio recordings to all formats.
Sound levelling to BS1770-2 standard.
Removal of sibilance and essing.
Restore old recordings from vinyl, cassette, tape and film for archiving, commercial use or keepsakes.noise, click and pop removal, forensic retrieval
Stereo sweetening: addition of reverb and effects, dynamic control, level optimisation, tonal balance, editing, CD mastering.
Multi-track mixdown for commercial release:
Multitrack file formats: AIFF, WAV, SDII, CAF: 16 and 24 bits, sample rates of 44.1, 48, 96, and 192 kHz.
David commenced working as a recording engineer in 1981, recording music for release and film in most major studios in Sydney. He restored audio files for the National Library in Canberra, and currently consults in audio systems for theatre, stadia, and performance spaces.
David Gilfillan studied musicology at UNSW and Electro-acoustics at Sydney University and plays trombone and banjo. David has been a sound designer for theatre shows and now consults in audio systems for acoustically difficult environments.