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Release: december 1st 2016

The release of my new album Atlantic Treasure will soon be there ... as we speak the music is being uploaded to online streaming services. On top of the digital download I'm absolutely thrilled to announce that Atlantic Treasure will be available on CD via SynGate Records!

Very Big, Big Thanks to Kilian Schloemp a.k.a.Cabguy for making this possible. The physical album will include very nice graphic artwork that really extends the whole adventure.

Watch this space for more details soon. Meanwhile: set your calendar for the official release date, december 1st 2016.

Update 2016-11-24: Atlantic Treasure will be available on CD next week; you can order it via SynGate Records Shop . The digital download starts on dec 1st as well; available via my SonoFreq Bandcamp page, the SynGate Bandcamp page, and a bunch of other stores ; Amazon (all international stores), Musiczeit, Spotify, iTunes, Apple Music, Google Play, Pandora, Deezer, Tidal, YouTube, Microsoft Groove, and MediaNet.

Atlantic Treasure by TC
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mastering "Atlantic Treasure"

The final mastering stage for the "Atlantic Treasure" album ....

Yes! After app.15 years the album will rise again... It has been on iTunes Store before, but not like this time. I've taken the time to re-master every second of the music. Tracks will have a different order and there's new material as well. Mastering an album used to be for CD. But these days you better prepare yourself for several media. This means: considering levels for streaming services like Spotify and iTunes for example, which is important when you want your stuff to sound right on the speakers, HiFi systems, desktops, tablets, iPhones, ear buds etc.

mastering Atlantic Treasure

The CD mastering was last week, now is the time to 'lower' the levels so the streaming servers can put their limitation systems on it! Lots of information can be found online, the funny thing is: everyone knows the truth about the right levels dBFS, LUFS, RMA etc. But all stories are kind of different in the sense of actual values.

I've decided to use common sense .... putting the gain and limits to a certain value that is, preserving the music quality so that all tracks will sound like they were designed to sound like. Let's wait and see how it turns out online this/next month. ~TC
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