Panorama Studios is a mixing and mastering facility based in Melbourne, Australia. Our philosophy is that with every project we are collaborating to work towards the same common goal: to help your sound reach its full potential. Here we offer a comfortable and welcoming studio environment, fine-tuned acoustically to facilitate the most transparent engagement with your project at the most critical stages in post-production. We always strive to approach your project with the same passion for your artistic vision as you have.
Mastering is the final stage in the production process that serves to frame your music, production and mix for the real world. Mastering allows your mix to translate the way you've heard your music in the studio and the way which you connect with your music, with all its assets, feel and character to your audience. That close affinity with your music is what we latch onto as fuel and direction for our mastering sessions. We want the world to hear and appreciate your music the way you intended them to.
Mixing is the critical process developing the way you represent musical ideas and motifs to a listener. In today's audio culture, it has become an extension of the creative process that can play as much a part in the production of a recording as the composition. We draw on years of musical experience when it comes to your project, and through that, we balance both the technical precision of engineering with a creative ear and empathy towards your music.
Commission built custom Barry Porter netEQ (High Voltage Audio)
High Voltage Audio 4000 G-Series SSL Stereo Bus Compressor
TC Electronic Finalizer Studio Mastering Processor A-D
JDK Audio (API) R24 Dual Channel EQ
Universal Audio 4-710d
ProTools 10 DAW
Panorama Studios leverage's a purpose built facility with access to both high quality outboard gear and digital technologies to facilitate the mastering process to the best possible standard.
Neumann Klein + Hummell 310a
PreSonus Central Station
Antelope Orion 32 A-D/D-A
Cranesong IBIS Discrete Class A Mastering Equalizer
Manley Stereo Variable MU Limiter/Compressor with MS Modification
Nicholas Di Lorenzo
As an engineer in an industry climate that has become so technically focused, Nicholas regards the creative process of the artist as having the highest importance while still paying close attention to the technical detail required for the processes of mixing and mastering.
Nicholas started at The Aviary Recording Studios in Melbourne where he worked assisting in the recording and production for El Moth’s and Jungal’s albums under the guidance of Fraser Montgomery. Following this experience Nicholas assisted at Edensound Mixing & Mastering in East Melbourne. There, under the guidance and mentorship of Martin Pullan he worked and attended in the post-production of records by acts such as Deep Purple (re-mixing of live performances ‘72-’74), Jimmy Barnes (Tape Transfers), Julia Henning and Andrew Haggar. It was here where he developed as an engineer, honing his ears, technique and skill set for mastering and mixing.
Through-out his career he has gained extensive insight and experience into the record production process in professional atmospheres. He has since maintained his strong community presence in Melbourne as an in-demand engineer, relied upon by many local and international artists and labels working on records that have charted on the ARIA's, iTunes and Beatport charts and been broadcasted on national radio and television.